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Richard Bridges & Calvin Spain 



Hilltop expansion denied 



By DONNA HENDRICK 

Vir^nia Beach City Council Monday voted 
unanimously to de^ an application to expand 
Hilltop North Shopping Center. 

After a surorisinelv brief bearing on the 
subject, council denied the applicatimi of Su Su 
Developers for a change of zoning from 
Rendenoe Suburban District 3 to General 
Commercial District 1 and a use permit for a 
proposed Montgmnery Ward store to sell tires, 
batteries and accessories. 

The developers had indicated previmisly th^ 



would furttier expand the shopixng poiter with 
an enclosed mall to include 29 business firm^ 

The mall was to be developed on 10 acres of 
land immediately east of the existing shopping 
offiter, Dortti of Laskin Road, west of Winwood 
Drive and along Laurel Lane in Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

Council followed ttie Planning Ccnnmission's 
recinnmendation for denial (rf the application. 
The Commission beard the application in 
Jaraiary during an emotional 90-minute session 
attended by many residents of the area who 
ofpostA the expansion. 
< u^ Aftn- that sessioi, the developers met with 
^^ucmbers of the Laurel Mamn- and Linlier Civic 
Leagues to work out a compromise sohition 
ap-eeable to beUi parties. 

But attorney H. Calvin Spaip, who 
represented the developers, reported to Council 



that nocompromise was possible. Spain asked to 
withdraw the application. 

"There was a tremendous amount of op- 
position at ttie Planning Conmission hearing," 
Spain said. "Since that time, the develqier has 
attempted to work out a sdution which could be 
presented to you today. 

"No compromise solution is possible, I 
therefore move for a withdrawal," Spain said. 

Attorney Richard G. Bryd^s represented the 
Linlier and Laurel Manor civic l^ues in op- 
posite ttie application. He asked Council to deny 
the application rather than let it be withdrawn. 

He spoke for residents of the area who turned 
out en masse for the council hearing. They filled 
ttie chambers to overflowing, standing against 
the walls and in the halls when all seats were 
filled. 

"There have been many meetings between 
the developers and the residents," Brydges said, 
"but this is a matter upon which we cannot 
negotiate. Our credo is 'not one inch more.' 

"Although the builders have t)een fair and 
honest with us, we want to call for a vote for 
denial," Brydges said. 

Councilman F. Reid Ervin moved for denial of 
te apidication. The vote was unarumous in favor 
of doUal witti Dr. Clarence Holland absent. 

The develqiers will have to wait «ie year 
btfan again requesting the change of zoning and 
use permit, although Spain indicated that the 
developers would now lease the property. 




system 

ByJAYBRUMBLEY 

An outline of "an economically feasible fiw-year program for 
implementing an expanded puUic transportation system for the 
aty of Virginia Beach" was presented to Council Monday by afy 
Manager Roger Scott. The outline was not a recommendation from 
Scott, but merely a report for background and infmmation pur- 
poses. 

If the public transportation system becotns a reality, it is 
estimated that 44 full-size buses and 19 minibuses woijdd be needed. 
Four to six terminals would also be required. 

The total capitol cost of the five-year program leading to the 
fiilly-qierational transit system in Virginia Beach would be about 
$3,202,000. The Federal Government, through Urban Mass Tramit 
Administration funds, would pay all but $1,067,000 of the cost 

The non-federal share could come from one of three sources, 
with the cost being borne Iqr Virginia Beach the third and least 
desirable choice. The Regional Transportation District, formed by 
Chesapeake, Norfoik, Portsmouth, and Vii^nia Beach, couM be a 
source <rf the needed funds as could a direct grant from the State. 

The fuU-size buses would run the major routes, between ter- 
minals, and the minibuses would be pnmanly used as collectar 
vehicles to ccrilect passengers from their home areas and transport 
them to the terminals. 

These collectar vehicles would be used in Beach Borough, and 
the Hilltop, Plaza, Pembroke, Bayside, Lynnhaven, and Kemps- 
ville areas. The major terminals wouM be located on North- 




ampton Boulevard nnr the Norfolk-Virginia Beach Itaie, off 
Shore Drive near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, in the 
Pembroke Mall area, in the Kings Grant area, at Priocen Anne 
Plaza, and at Hilltop. 

The total projected ridership in 1977 is 7,700,000 uuNialfy. This 
compares to the existii^ ridoship of 800,000 annual rides %n 
ivesent bus lines. 

According to the 1970 coisus, 1,512 Vii^inia Beach citizens ride a 
bus to work. The projected number of indivichjal users for 1977 is 
7,472 for express service and 5,689 for local service. These 
projections of 1977 users include both non-work and work bript. 

The reptNTt shows that estimated revenues considerably ex- 
ceeding estimated operating costs in each of the program years. In 
the final program year, a surplus of $322,124 is estimated. 

According to the report, "the benefits of the proposed syston are 
most directly measurable in terms of reduced traffic vohimes 
expected in the selected corridor segments. The entire region will 
benefit from the prevention of the environmental d^radation ttiat 
would likely accompany the continued exclusive reliance on the 
automobile mode of travel. 

"The system is likely to have a large favorable impact on the 
intensification of development pattoiis due to the strategic 
location of heavily-used terminal-transfer facilities. The system as 
proposed could open up a wider range of employment opportunities 
to residents along the cooridors, who formerly were constrained by 
lack of easy access to potential jobs." 







48th YEAR NO. 9 



THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 



1g CENTS 



Flagmen . . . flagvuomm? 



Mother-daughter 
team do man's work 



National sports award to Sun 



The Virginia Beach Sun has 
won a national award for Sports 
Editor Jay Brumbley's 
coverage last year of the City's 
duunpiondiipscrftballteam, the 
Indian Lakes Piledrivers. 

Ilie National Association of 
S(rftbaU Writers and Broad- 
casters notified the Sun that it 
had placed secoMl among all 
otho- non-daily publications, 
including magazines, in the 
United States for "Best Con- 
tinuouB Coverage" of softball 
events. 



In addition to local softoall 
coverage, Brumbley ac- 
companied the Piledrivers 
when they won the World Series 
of sirftbaU in McAdenviUe, N.C., 
and when they unsuccessfully 



defended Qwir National ASA 
Open Slow Piteh title in 
JadcsMiville, Fla. Brumbley 
was also in Chattanooga, Tenn, 
with the Piledriva:^ for the 
Pick-Of-DUie Tournam«iL 
The combination of game 



coverage, feature writing, and 
editorializing by Brumbley won 
the second-place award for the 
Sun. Brumbley's stories and 
photos a{q)ear«l on page one oi 
the Sun as well as cm the spwts 
pages. 



C^ expands services^ 



By HELEN CRIST 

Let March cmne in like a 
lamb, and Mrs. Josephine 
Curran and her daughter, Mrs. 
Arlene White will give one big 
"hirrah." 

Not that they'll complain 
however. But when you're 
employed as fiagmen, as they 
are, a little sunshine goes a long 
way. 



The Chesapeake and Potomac 
Telephone Company of Virginia 
has earmar|^ed more than $32.3 
million for expanding its 
communication facilities to 
meet customer demands for 
services in various locations of 
the state. 

The allocation by C&P will be 
used for 129 different projects 
that include land purchases, 
new communications centers. 



building and switching 
equipment, additions for local 
and long distance service, cable 
and other items. Included was a 
$3.2 million expenditure for 
statewide use of "plug-in 
units." These are packaged 
transistorized components that 
allow for quick replacement 
and installation of switching 
equipment. 



^—They're with the PauL N.. 
Howard Construction Co., of 
Greenstxx'o, N.C. You've seen 
them, no doubt, directing the 
flow of traffic on General Booth 
Blvd. and Oceana Blvd where 
the company is laying water 
pipes.Unusual occupation for a 
woman? 

"Well, yes," Josephine says. 

It's proving psych(^ogically 
sound however. Most men 
aren't inclined to blow a fuse 



and yell when they're detained 
in traffic by two attractive and 
apparently defenseless young 
women. 

"And the construction 
workers we work with are very 
respectful. The company called 
the men in and told them we 
were going to work. They said 
the men would have to watch 
their language and treat us with 
respect. And they really do," 
JosepMne says. 

It was just by chance that 
they took the job. 

'4 went to the M&M Grocery 
Stm*e at Dam Neck to buy my 
husliand, Vernon, a pack of 
cigarettes." 

"The man in the store said 
that a construction ctunpany 
located in a trailer behind the 
store was looking for two 
women to work as flagmen. The 



pay was $2.25, and men ap- 
parently didn't want the job." 
Josephine considered for a 
moment She had obligations at 
home, where she and her 
husband, a construction 
worker, llVed on Morris Nedc 
Road. There were four 
children: EIner, 14; Wade, 13; 
Eddie, 10; Richard, 2. A s<m, 
Mike is in the Army, stationed 
at Ft Benning. 



~ Arlene lives nearliermoOier, 
with her husband, Larry, and 
their eight-month-tdd daughter. 
Angle. 

But Josei^iine didn't hesitate 
too long - things could be 
managed, she knew. ^ 

So she contacted Arlene at the 
department stive where she 
was employed. Arlene readily 
agreed to go along with her 

CContinuad on Pago 2) 




NO DISCRIMINATION HERE - as Mrs. Josephine 
Curran directs traffic on General Booth Blvd.. Josephine 
is one of (he iwo women employed as a laborer by the Qty. 
(Pho.o by Helen Christ) 



WSWX'X'X- 






by Les Lehigh; 

Photos by 
M. Babuder. 




POW 



Three of four area returners 
5 hold first press conference 



By LES LEHIGH 

"This war has been- very 
devisive for many years. I feel 
very stnMigly. that it's about 
time the American people 
started pulling together. It's 
about time we all realized whre 
we're going. It's about time we 
started raising the flag instead 
of burning it." 

This statement frcan (^pt. 
James A. Mulligan reflects his 
deep cOTCOTi over growing 
(fissention among the American 
people, and the lad( of respect 
f« die I'nited States publicly 
displayed within the country. 

MulUgan isued tbe statetneirt 
in a'|eiflt j^^ conference 
Fridiv'«WCapL Jeremian A. 
Denton, Jr., and Lt Cnklr 
William M. I^chudy at Porte- 
nmidi Naval Hfls|rital. It was 
the first meetii« permitted with 
the fwrmor POWs ^nce their 
return to the lldewater arra 
one wee|[ earlier. 

Mtdligan expressed hope the 
American people maM imite 
again by saying. "I know peofde 
have stoong filings. Iwt I think 
we're an in it, we're all 
AmcricaiB. It's about time to 
^t back to die na'mjhmoe. 
Those are my very, v eff^fton g 
fee}ifl|!s. and I hope the retom 



of the POWs, myself and the 
other guys, is going to help this 
country achieve, its goal." 

C'apt. Denton also expressed 
concern over apparent changes 
in goals of the American people. 
He said, "Although we are the 
greatest nation in history and 
still have the greatest spirit in 
history, in my opinion, I t>eUeve 
that like otter great nations in 
histoy, we may be in a period 
in which human nature is being 
subjected to a lack (tf physical 
duress. 

"That Umg ago, we have 
achieved the nece»ities and we 
have been in the process Ol 
attaining a great degree of 
luxury. ... we are beconring 
quite so{4ii;sticated with resport 
to non-necessities. 

"This has happen»l to nations 
in the past," Deirton «lded. 
"and it is my bdief that man 
can cope wiA advCTsty, and 
that his most difficdt problem 
is coiring with pnepehty." 

TTie firet puUic ref««ice to 
any disiqjpointment ttie fomMr 
POWs may have witnessal in 
retumii^ home was tnm Capf: 
Denton who said, "Regretfully, 
there h^ been, in my O|mion, 
one sour note in ^r 

hcmecMiiag." He refemd to 



inferrences, "That the 
homecoming statements, and so 
forth, were all managed l^ the 
military maching down to the 
last God Bless America." 

Denton vigorously denied this 
by sayii^ that only shortly 
before their plane landed in the 
PhiDipines from Hanoi it was 
suggested that somemie say 
som^hing on arrival, and, sii^e 
he was the soiior man on board, 
he was selected. 

"It took perhaps a quarter-of- 
an-hour to select what I con- 
»dered apimipria^ words. I 
tried them on my comrades in 
die aircraft. I asked for a 
thumbs \sp,ar a ttambs down, 
or suggestions. Iliey gave n»a 
thumbs up At ttet tone I did 
not have plans to say the words 
•God Btess America.'" They 
were tpdien spontaneously, he 
said. 

Mulligan wpported Deirton 
by sayii^t he wm adviMd abotrt 
IS minutes before landii^ he 
would be expected to say 
som^hi^ He sakl, "What I 
saM was what I had thoD^t is 
what I diiflk BWM of the1>OWs 
had diou^L I wun't endorting 
ai^oM, I wasn't told to say 
^^ng for a^one. I just 

wMited diat pcNBt detred «p." 



The men were adied how long 
before their rdease did they 
know it was ^ng to happen. 
Mulligananswered, "I felt that I 
knew that I was goi(% to be 
released the night before we 
came out of Hanoi, when they 
gave us the clothes. 

"Now, we knew it was coming 
but we didn't know exactly how 
we were going to go, but we 
assumed when the clothes were 
given, in the order they'd beat 
given, we'd be aUe to pick out 
who was g(Hng for sure. And 
sure enou^ th^r called w out 
the night before, and we got 
clothes and got suited vp" 

Cmdr. Tsdiudy commented 
on his feeUngs about being 
hdkne after kng years of cap- 
tivity by saying, "Of cotsse, 
I'm fiDed «iUi excitement, and 
rm just starting... Hiii^ are 
ji^ smt of srttUng out..Eva7 
omx in a white you get dita real 
tight feeling in^e and say, 'It 
can't really be true', but are 
emx^ it Is."^ ^ 

Denton dcMribed his 
homecoming refceptioa by 
sayn«, "I'd ^t like'^ts thank 
eveiyoae for the wavi^ hantb 
Mid spn antt, for jte wqrIb 
apstetm and writtM, and for tte 
soMfive w^F that our r^um' 



has t)een handled l^ those wlu 
organized it. Thanks most of aD 
for the spirit bdiind all these 
things. We received your 
message, and we return it .in 
kind." 

Mulligan described his fint 
visit away from the hospital 
grounds by saying he and hto 
wife went shopping at the UtUe 
Creek Naval Amphibious Bue. 

He added, "When we weitf 
down to Virginia Bead) we did 
Uien w^t I considered die most 
impOTtant Qiing. I topped into 
SL» <rf the Sea Parish, pM a 
visit to my churdi, went iaito the 
school, saw my child iHitf's tai 
that schod, and many ol lys 
teachers and mat^ of the Ms. 
And dropp«i into the rt^xry 
and paid a aieak caD on the 
pa^or." ■ 

Md^o ate told ol how 
much die "Eternal Flame Of 
Hope", constructed .at the 
Oceana HAS Jet-OhwnratiM 
Point, means to Mm. the ftane 
M de^teated to all Amerlcu 
POWs and MIAs. 

"I vMted to see the ftane," 
he said. "Loutoe and I got oat 
(tf the ctf ctettffertaf them) 
mad mm ttc flame ikna, mat H 
msMt a kit to iw to set ttat 
tlame betause I kanr lAat tt 
^ndbfer." 



7^'* 



^gg^gm^^mmmmmm^mmmmmgmmmmmmm 



iMMMB 



PAGE 2-THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 1. 1973 

A jw^§g4ypkd day 



It shoulda' been 
Friday the 13th ! 



% 



By RUBY JEAN PHILLIPS 

Ust Friday wasn't the I3th. 

P At Iflait the calendar said it 

'ik wasn't But you'll nevo* prove it 

^ by me: the day ted all 

:>: characteristics of the 

tradlticnal l»rd hiclc day. 

Of coune, Friday fdlowed 

p, several days that mi^t have 

'y, qualified for the dubious "I3th" 

;< title. Wednoday morning there 

•Pl ««s noheat One of us - and no 

'^ one admits guilt • had ac- 

:~ cidentally hit the heater's 

V enMivency "off" switch rather 

*' ttian the light switch im- 

'' mediately under it! Placing the 

two switches so close together 

was lousy planning, true, but 



years. 

Sneaking a peek into its in- 
terior it was easy to see Old 
FaithAil had fallm down on the 
j(A>. All of its froaen goodies had 
quietly thawed and the ac- 
cumulation of ice hung 
precariously from its walls. 

"I've heard of these things 
happlnliig." ' I thought, "but 
wlr^r me? Haven't I already had 
enough dnnestic problems Ifsr 
one wedc?" 



■ A closer look revealed Uie 

problem. The freezer was 

disconnected. A storm window 

pane, shoved in the narrow 

space between the freezer and 

,, . ^ the wall in a utility room clean-< 

I I ^.su^lllBBlureB are to be expected „- campaign, had puUed the 

tl-; in an dder house. Right? p|yg out of the wall. An easy 

solution: reconnect it. The 
compUcaticm: b<^ a dryer and 
the giant freezer had to be 
moved to get to the electrical 
ouOet. 



I 



A flip of the switch put us 
back in business. Eventually 
there was heat 

Thai there were such things 
as the dog scratching all the 
paint off the bottom panel of a 
Uving room door because we 
slqit tfarou^ his ai^)ral8 to go 
out 

And a dropped yap bottle 
^BMdwd a hde in the bottom of 
ttenAr^emtor. 

And the portable diriiwasher 
wouldn't start because the 
:dechrkal connections - in an 
«pai oeiitag sodcet in the pantry 
• got temperamaital. 

And. . .well, it was an ac- 
cunuilatioii of Uttle things diat 
I spiced die wedc like Irish 
' whislMy tai strong coffee. 

But on Friday, boy, 
evwryifaing broke loose. 

It started routine 
9UMgh....stumbUng out of bed 
on time, getting the boys off to, 
sdHMl and woit, a ridiculously 
quick "housecleaning", 
drei^ng for worii. 

In a faMt minute bunt of 
doBMBtteity. I threw a Irad of 
dMy clothes in the washer (a 
week-old replacement I might 
I note) in the utility room off the 
I kitchen. 



Thai I noticed it Water 
bmli|g from under tlie freezer, 
a monstroiMly gigantic old thing 
whoae warning light has been 
bunied out for at least two 



A frantic call was made to a 
friend. "You'll never guess 
what happened," I said, rather 
pathetioilly, I thought 

"No, but knowhig you I WMi't 
be surprised," was tiie answer, 
rather cynically, I thought 

Between the two of us we 
shifted the dryer and the freezer 
enough to replace the pli^. 

All I had to worry about now 
was the half-thawed food that 
couldn't be refrocen: paduges 
of leftover Thanksgiving 
turicey; half the standing rib 
roast from Christmas Eve; tiie 
"Happy Birthday" section of a 
sentimental^ saved cake; fish 
and crabmeat from last sum- 
mer's boat trips; containov of 
foods that had been prepared 
for unexpected guests; meato 
and packaged vegetables 
purchased on week-end 
specials. 

The freezer was emptied and 
cleaned. I'd been planning to do 
that disagreeable task for 
montiis. But certainly not on a 
Friday morning when I was on 
my way to work. 

What do you do with such an 
assortment of half-thawed 
frozen foods? You salvage as 
much as possible. And that's 
«^t Friday was all about 




WEEKEND REST — There's no flaggii^ traffic on 
wedcends for this mother-daughter team, shown in the 
photo above— Mra. Arlene White holding 8-monUH)ld 
Angi« Whtte; Mrs. 3osei^ine Curran and her daughter 
EUier. (Photo by Helen Christ) 



FMMTHEJUNilETOTNEBYM. 
HFS THE BREAnST! 

He's a winner . . . 
he's a swinger... 
he's DYNAMITE! 

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DtSNIY 



, WoJ^lOS 



ATHLETE 




Salvaging food. 

The fish and crabmeat and 
prepared shrimp marinara 
were lost causes. Too risky. And 
Uie ice cream was literally 
poured down Uie draia 

The salvageable beef was 
duwtrn into one pot, the chidcen 
into anotiier. The hamburger 
was whipped into a spaghetti 
sau<%. 

When the beef pot was done 
all die vegetables, (dus a few 
added attiractions, helped make 
it into a mammoth supply <A 
vegetable S014). The meat now 
flavorless was discarded. But at 
least Uiere was soup. 

The chidcen.... well, that was 
deboned and rationed into many 
containers of broth which 
heaven only knows will serve 
what purpose. The spaghetti 

Resuscitation 
trainingfree 
to the public 

The public has been invited to 
attend a one-night course in 
Emergency Cardio-Pulmonary 
Resuscitation to be held Mardi 
14 at General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach. 

Interested citizens of the 
community may learn how to 
administer mouth-to-mouth 
resuscitation and external heart 
massage. The 2>i{-hour training 
session, sponsored by the 
hospital and the Tidewater 
Heart Association, will begin at 
7:30 p.m. 

Since classroom space is 
limited, the public is en- 
couraged to telephone the 
hospital at 421^3410 for advance 
reservations. There is no 
charge. 



sauce hehl its own quite well 

By late aftenuxm I had a 
clean freezer (pitifully bare - 
s<^e ice. six hamburger pat- 
ties, one container of baked 
beans and one small sirldn), a 
stove laden down with gallons of 
brotii and soup, and a back 
about to break from hours of 
"slavii^ over a hot stove." 

Time to clean up the mess. 
And, oh, what a meas! 

No hot water. 

"ThliB can't be," I teU myself. 
"It Just can't be." 

A look at the utility room 
convinces me it can be. And is. 
Water is oozing out from under 
the heater. 

Anotiier frantic call. "You 
won't believe tiiis," I start 
agaia 

"Juit try me. " 




V.A. E herldge. (reasiu«r of 
he City of Virginia Beach, 
has announced his can- 
didacy for re-eleciion as a 
Democrai . 



Flagwomen 



(Continued from Page I) 



motiier. So tiiey were hired as a 
team on Feb. 7. 

A safety specialist taught 
them a few of the rudiments of 
traffic directing, and die use (rf 
walkie-talkies. 

Are tiiey women libbers? 
"No," Uiey say, "we're out 
ttiere doing a man's job, but we 
want to be treated like women." 

They report tiiat people have 
been wonderful to them. 
"ThCTe's one man who goes by 
tiiree times a day. He tunes into 
die walkie-talkie, and tells us 
we're doing a good job, and he 
says 'good morning- and good 
night' to us as he drives 
through," Josephine says. 

But there are some who run 
the flag and it's then ttiat the 
women pray no accident will 
happea It's illegal to igno-e Uie 
flag, of course, and license 
numbers can be taken and 
turned over to the pdice. 

The women have received 
much attention from other 
construction companies who 
have watched tiiem to see the 
public's reactioa 

"We've been observed by the 
city officials here too," 
Josephine says. 

The company completes 
about 500 ft per day. Josephine 
and Arlene work five days per 
wedc, from 7 a^m. to 5:30 p.m. 

And should any woman rush 
to take on ^milar employment, 
cwisider the outfit for Oie day: 

Over a pair of "Long J(*ns", 
go three pair <rf pants, four 
shirts, one sweater, a coat, 
wind-breaker, nrange vest over 
a yellow raincoat, hard lat and 



scarf, two pair of gloves, socks 
and insulated boots. 
Any iakent 

Cyclist killed 

The resort city recorded its 
third traffic fatality of the year 
Sunday afternoon, the second 
involving a motorcyclist. 

Police say Robert L. Haffey, 
30, of Great Lakes Drive was 
fatally injured in an amdent on 
Parliament Drive near the 
intersection of Princess Anne 
Road. 

According to investigators 
Haffey apparently lost control 
of (he motorcycle which jefl the 
roadway, went into a ditch, and 
struck a driveway culvert. 

Innkeepas 
to sponsor 
trade show 

'itie Third Annual Trade Show 
sponsorel by die Innkeepers of 
Virginia Beach will be hdd on 
Saturday, March 3, at the Civic 
Center (19th and Pacific 
Avenue). Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 
p.m. 

Exhibits at the show will be 
provided by suppliers of 
products and services to hotels, 
motels, restaurants and others 
in the hospitality industry. 

Admission is free. Refresh- 
ments will be served, tluroughout 
tile day. 



3RD. BIG WfEEK 

MATIN£E 

EVERY DAY 




THE CALL OF THE SEA 



Young men betwew 16 
Md 21 years of age now 
have an opportunity for 
w etcitii^ and weU- 
paying career as a sea- 
fimridioaid the ships 
<rf our natkin's MeidiMit 
Marine 

Ihe Many Lundebog 
Sdiool-tiie largest trafah 
taif facHity for unHeen- 
sed teamen in the United 
Stataa>is now accepttai^ 
an^lcatioBS ftom yettng 
own who ue Io<Atag for 
adventure and aenew 
widi a future. 

More tfaw 4,000 yonog ibm ttom ev«y state in the nation 

Iwre ^eady emipleted trtftii^ and«e now saHtag aboard 

Amoriew-flagsfalMtoallpartsof tiieworid. " 

Hm ti^itag Is a 12-wiak pragram in basie sMBUUMh^ ondw 

the gaidnee (tf sKpttiHieed mtew katuMtoOL 

Toug nn 1^0 iuwe not eompfotad hi^ adiool dm hare 

an^porlaaify la achieve ahigh sekotri ^kmawhle Ifaey 

ff foa are a^^ am Imddkig tot aKitsmea^ good pqr 
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>j Refuge closure will, J 
prompt court actioif 



Gliy Manager Scott prepares to lam over • ^aie af iirt at 
he Public Safety Building ground breaking as (I. to r.) 
Cromwell. Bayne and Davis await their turn. 

Public Safety Building 



will become a reality 



The Cooc«rned CltiienB ql 
Vir^nia Beach Monday ni^t 
voted to Uke legal action 
against the closure of die Bade 
Bay National WUdlife RefUge 
Beach, between Sandbridge and 
the North Cardina border. 

Walter J. Leveridge, Con- 
cerned Citizens spiAesman, 
said, "We felt such action is an 
arbihrary dmial of access to 
dieir land hy iHuperty ownera." 

Of concern is a 4.2 mOe strip 
of beach tturoogh the federaUy 
owned refuge which property 
ownCTS have been bravelling to 
readi their property. 

Leveridge said the suit will be 
fOed in U.S. District Court as 
soon as Uie closure becomes 
effective, which is expected in 
about a month. 

He also said some 2,000 
persons are expecte4.|p ^fi^ a 
DIMS, meeting of partiee in- 
terested in the access route on 
March 2S at the Little Island 
park area, in the Sandbridge 
area. Several . area 

congressmen, according to 
Leveridge, have been invited as 
^est speakers. 

Similiar court action is also 
being planned by Uie Kabler 
and Riggs Realty Company, 
who have sold property in tlie 
Carova Beach, Swan Beach, 
and Whale Head Beach areas cS 
Virginia and Nwth Cardina. 

Lymi Good, Kabler and Riggs 
executive, said, "We're gohig to 



enter a c£an suit tai ttw name of 
property owners. We Uiink it 
slHNild be left open to provMe 
owners access to th^ta' land." 
About 2,900 owners are affected. 



Fort Story 
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Fort Story was M y^ old 
Monday. It becaili« s Ihlffibry 
insUllation Feb. 26. 19l7;wlUi 
Uie establishmoif of two^ ar- 
tillery companies on "the lite. 
Today it is Uie home of %e 
Army's Amfrfiibians. * 

The day tras ctmmHUiotAai 
wiUi cake-cutting o«rem<nUeiat 
Uie Of fleers Club and NCO CAih. 

Reassessment, 
program tofnOif . 

Vice Mayor Reid Brvtn, 
Councilman Charlea Gatthier 
and Real Estate Assessm-C. N. 
Merritt wUl speak to the Lynn- 
havem Little Neck Olvlc 
League Monday at 8 p.m. in the 
league's btdlding aiyacept to 
King's Grant Sphool,, ^«,. t 

The officials wiU discuss tbi 
city's recent reassessment an^ 
what use is plas^ for the 
increa^ revenue The public 
is invited to attend. 



Monday was a milestone in 
the long-awaited Virginia 
Beach Public Safety Building as 
ground was broken at the site of 
the new facility. 

Containing about 58,000 
square feet, Uie nearly $2.4 
million structure will be located 
on Princess Anne Road ap- 
proximately three-quarters of a 
mile north of the present police 
headquarters. The building's 
total cost includes some $240,000 
in site preparations. 

Citv Manaser Roser M. Scott, 
Mayor Robol B. Cromwell Jr., 
Police Chief Col. WW. Davis, 
and Fire Chief E.B. Bayne 
participated jointly in the 
ground breaking. 

Scott referred to the facility 
as, "What I think is another step 
toward a better service to the 
people of Virginia Beach.. .a 
facility of first class for a first 
class city." 

Cromwell echoed his remarks 
and expressed his pleasure in 
participating in the ceremony. 

Davis pointed to necessity for 
the building. He said, "During 
the span of my 22-year career in 
law enforcement, I have never 
experienced a working en- 
vironment where the facilities 
were either funcUonal or suf- 
ficient to serve the public or Uie 
police pers(Minel. 

"Today I am extremely proud 
and honored to be serving as 
chief when such a significant 
event takes place." 

Commenting on the design of 
the building, Davis said it 
"...wiU provide an athiosphere 
of warmUi and friendliness, so 
that the citiaoi may experience 
a feeling of confidence, pride 
and comfort when our services 
are needed." > 

Bayne r«narked, "I'm sure 
this building is going to increase 
the prof ici«icy of the police and 
fire divisions tremendously." 

The building has been 
deigned and planned for the 



year 2000. It contains a full 
basonent. a two wing, and one 
story wing designed for ex- 
pansion when needid. 

A special provlsT6ir"8f 
building will be an "Emergency 
Operations C:enter," a com- 
munication center for all 
emergency services. This will 
include the central dispatcher's 
office for the police, fire, 
rescue, and civil defense 
departments. 

The importance of this EOC is 
illustrated in the approval of a 
grant of nearly $25,000 for a 
study, requiring approximately 
18 months, to determine what 
the EOC should contain, and 
jussure operatiota for maximum 
mnefits. 

The building will also provide 
administrative offices for the 
Police Chief, Fire Chief, and 
bureaus of Fire Inspections and 
Fire Investigation. The First 
Police Precinct will also 
operate from the building. 

Police detective, juvenile and 
traffic bureaus will be provided 
with individual quarters, as 
will ttie police central files, 
personnel, training and in- 
spections bureaus. 

The structure will also 
provide a temporary holding 
facility with 16 cells, a crime 
and i^tography laboratory, an 
evidence vault, found property 
storage, small dining area for 
employees, and locker facilities 
for both men and women in the 
traffic bureau. 



Retired pai^sons 
to hold meeting 

The American Association of 
Retired Persons, Indian River 
Chapter No 1137, will hold ito 
monthly meeting Monday, 
March 5, at 1 p.m. in Pendleton 
Hall, 6049 Indian River Road. 
All po^ns Si or dd«- are in- 
vited to attend. 



Bstam 
Today 

BY BUD LAUBACH G.R.I. 

LARASAN REAL.TY C6w|^ ^r, 



ADVANCm 



PAYMINT 

Ifyousfeinanplojreewliohtt pajraMMto 

just been infonned of a tanrfn 

to ■ new loMtifflB^jran jM8»-t__ 

piol>lan.....aeiliiig yoni home 

qakUy » y^H tave die money 

fai haad for a down pqrmenf on 

yoDi new hooM. Howevet, 

Ihaakt to • new approndi towaid 

employee leiocetioa, this may 

not be • ptobtan at an. , 

ALL POINTS RELOCAIIbN 
SERVICE, an intmittiaad aet^ 
work of over 5,000 aint* in 
naeiiy eveiy maiot North Amn- 
iean dty, can, iafinoet caaei, a^ 
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yea of year caA equity In you 
pmnt home to nie to pnichaie 
a home in your deatination chy. 
IMi means dut, Inatead cl 
waitfaig fot you pteaent home 
to be aoid, fow eaa Immediate- 
ly «ae fheadwance equity caA 



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moving anamemnats; sen yoot !'^ 
hone and havie oui AIX 9Q^fS$ 
Realtor at youi destintioa m|p ' ' 
you find the li^t houae tffti. ^^'^ 
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I 

Renovate your lawn 



VyJ.ILVnfFLIII 

Tlw Viniiria BMeh lawn 
MMT «Im lUrts Mrty, wai 
iMft UM b«t lookiaf !•«■ in 
Jim wd My. Mow'! IW tfiM 
It Utrt. Hfit lira a IMF rimlt 
■ly l a hy aw jpamr pmm 
WpM« aa NapMFtant ID a van* 



I. Raka Cillaa kavca; oUi 
laavaa pwrtieylafty wUl smottMr 



t. If yau'va liad foablt 
In 



laaiad. Yeu can taka ar iind a 
Mmpla to ttw naniaad flprlnfi 
B aaa areh ItaUoa aai thayH 
laKit fraa. Hawavar. if yeu lima 
avary I yanra and fartOlM wail 
at. laaal twiea a yaar, you 
Maially don't naad a aoU taot. 

S. Raaaad ban aaata: do It 
airiy. Yau raatty nould hava 
dona tt laat ten. Viait your 
naaraal liardwara or fudw 
tartar and got ottlMr Kontuelcy 
tl faoava ar barmuda aaod. 

RalM Iha bara opeta both 
baiora and altar aaadinf : ralM 
bi aama paat maoa and fartUlMT 
la giva tba ooad a food bad to 



got fltartod in. Don't expect oeed 
to grow (nA (rf a spot M liard M a 
rodi. 

In tliia area, becauae. we're 
between climatic tones, 
|>luagra8fl will not grow-io 
many of the highly advertised 
mixturM are not recom- 
mended. Kentucky 31 will itay 
green yaar-around • and \% sure 
beats overseeding Bermuda 
with rye graaa every fall. 

Bermuda seed comes two 
waya: huUed and unhulled; it 
tal(es hot temperatures for 
Bermuda to geminate - so at 
tills time of year, buy the 
unhulled ; It costs less. Later on, 
whan the weather gets warmer, 
hidlad Barmuda seed is the 
better buy. 

Unfortunately, in Virginia 
Batch, you're going to get some 
Barmuda in your lawn whether 
you want It or not. In the opinion 
of many, it 'a n niiiiuinre. Mv 
OMFB eboioa la not to plant It - and 
fight It by spraying or pullinglt • 
and trying to Inep It out of your 
lawn. You can see my choice is 
Kentucky 81 but in sunny areas, 
Bermuda will sneak in. 



In Virginia Beach borough, 
along the ocean front, Bermuda 
is about the only pass that wiU 
grow well — so rather than fi^t 
it, it's usually best to seed and 
fertilize it and try to devek^ it 
into a good lawn. 

4. Fertilize well. If you have 
crabgrass problems, use one of 
the crabgrass-fertilizer mix- 
tures, but be careful if you're 
seeding. Some products require 
a six week wait before new seed 
can be applied. There msy be 
mor^, but the only one I know 
about that you can seed with the 
same day is Nutro's spring 
seeding special containing 
DuPont Tupersan,; with it you 
can apply seed the same day. 

It's important to get thMO 
products on early because they 
prevent the crabgrass seed 
from germinating. If you don't 
need to re-seed, any product 
containing Dacthal is good; it's 
one of the most efficient 
crabgrass preventers on the 
market. 

Crabgrass seed germinatea 
when the soil temperature 
reachea about 60 (tegraaa • 



Gardening - ■ - 

- - - in Virgjma Beach 

fmUmH, Men's OaHon Club of TMewatar 
Mombai; Oardao Writm AasoelatkHi of Amerka 




which is another reason why it's 
important to get your crabgrass 
preventer <m early. 

5. If you don't have cral^rass, 
fertilize wdl with a special turf 
food. Moat ct the good onea 
contain lonn-laating ureaform 
nitrogen, which is released 
slowly, giving your lawn an 
extended feeding. They're 
worth the extra cost. If the 
fertiliMr is in a bag that doesn't 
have directions • avoid it. It 
may be cheap - but it's not 
specifically made for lawns. 
Bermuda requires lots of fer- 
tilizer all summer long - so don't 
forget to feed It regularly. 

6. And uae enough. Fertilizer 
and water are the main 
ingre(U«its most lawns lack. If 
you'll fertilize and water your 
lawn sufficiently this summer, 
you can be the envy of your 
neighborhood. 

7. If you have weeds, either 
i»e one of the weed and feed 
combinations, like the picture 
above • or spray with a weed 
klljer. Chickweed is one of the 
major weed pesU in Virginia 
Beach. It can be sprayed - but 
may Uke up to 3 sprayings to 
kill. Ortho makes a special 
chick-weed killer available at 
most garden centers. The other 
method to gel rid of weeds is to 
use one of Ihc fertilizer-weed 
killer combinations. 

Remember however, that the 
air temperature needs to be 
above 65 degrees for most of the 
weed killers to work. 




March la a good tima to renovtta your 
lawn In Virginia Baach. Using a waad and 
feed combination product feada thegraar' 



and kills 
operation. 



weeds all In the same 



POST HOLE 





Lawn weeds 



A recent investigation 
provides encouraging news that 
most retail lawnseed offerings 
are of good to excellent quality. 
Almost none of the nationwide 
samplings showed appreciable 
germination or weed 
weaknesses. 



NOW rS THE TIME TO... 



Fertilixe your spring bidbt for bigger 
bkMMni. After you lee that your tulips, 
daflMUk and hyacinths are up, feed 
tlMm good with a special bulb fer- 

^tOliar. It wiU pay off in larger and 
more colorful uooms. 
Contact a good local ^spray service 

, and make arrangements to have all 
your shrubs iprayed regularly. The 

.^ost ii less than you'd think. 

*^ ^Tontaet your favdrite garden center 
isr any special varieties of plants you 
may want. Jult iMt week, when 
requesting two special camellias, two 
Vtr^Ma Beach nurseries contacted 



were sold out. So start early if you want 
something special. 

Get your vegetable seeds purchased - 
and started in flats or peat pots if you 
start them inside. 

Let's hope we don't have more snow - 
but if we do, brush it off your bushes at 
once. Heavy snow can break branches 
and cause much damage. 

Get yoiu' lawnmower sharpened and 
tuned up. More lawns are spoiled by 
dull mower blades than about any 
other single thing. Repair shops are not 
busy now; get it done before you need 
the mower. 



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FROM THE QARDiNEfrS DESK 

HOnB YOU UKE JT. We hope you Ilk« the Sun's new gardni 
aafa. Ifa written juat for Vlr^ Beach home owners.we want it 
te i» hiipfcil to yen, Sand In your »«*««• <=°™|^'!? 
^mmLM wan aa your quaationa. Wa want to pnwide in- 

iSmaHMyou want and naad. alaewbere on tills page, we teU 

^bant la%n ranovatlen. If you lima, be aura to keep tiie Ume away 
your amhlll and cameillaa. Tbayjieed an add soil, so do not 
■ma lliam......ilMit aama article alao (db why we can't grow 

Iganraaa fai tiw Tldawater area. Richmond can and does have 
lawn and BO doaa Waabington. I have some new Syd- 
maa aoad and am told It will grow in tiie shade in Uiis 



.^ akne wUh Kanbieky St faacue. Sydsport Is described by The 
Uwn Inatltiite aa "a brilliant, bold "rav«" from Sweden, now 
flaiMfSvor in Amariea." Wa abould be abia to report tiiia faU on 
whiflMr ttwIO grow in Virginia Beach. Now'sa good time to clean 
aad ramir your martin or otiiar hM bouae. Conthue to feed tiie 
h4^SriM IMaeald, faodaeaica month. If you're like many of us, 
f^bad S biiA yoar«ramd anyway. Ifa hard to find suet-type 
hM faad awmai«i..Jitot laat weak, I noticed ttiat Farm Fresh at 
H M^ Camar baa flialr own auat-bird-food balls in tiieir meat 
dHartmant; apparantly th^ are makfaig timn up tiiemsdves. 
DaTtfargM to planta traa - b Meal- and w« need more treea. 

Flarlia PraieleB flaaltaiK ef Trees 

T» encourage ut ban dwellers 
to plant treea, the division is 
^^44,006^ padceU of eight 
leedUi^B eadi to residento <tf 18 
of tiie state's biggest cities. 



MIAMI >-X)nebig treehaa the 
caaltag power of M room air 
ceaditlonera. the Florida 
Diviaiott of Forestry said 



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MEETING SCHEDULE 

If you'd like your garden 
meeting scheduled in The Sun, 
please send a notice of the date, 
time and place to 138 Rosemont 
Rd., 23452. Do not call — It must 
be received in writing. 

March 4 -Sunday 
Orchid Society - 2 p.m. - 
Norfolk Botannical Garden 
Auditorium 

MarcliS- Tuesday 

Men's Garden Clu5~- rplin. 

Dr. Charles Elstrodt, speaker 

"Insects anfl Diseases" - guests 

welcome Norfolk Botannical 

Garden Auditorium 

March K- Thursday 
Greenhouse Society - 8 p.m. - 
Norfolk Botannical Garden 
Auditorium 

March 15 -Thursday 
Norfolk Botannical Garden 
Society - 8 p.m. - Norfolk 
Botannical Garden Auditorium 
March 18 -Sunday 
Rose Society - 3 p.m. • Norfolk 
Botannical Garden Auditorium 
March 20 • Tuesday 
Rhododendron Society - 8 
p.m. - Norfolk Botannical 
Garden Auditorium 

March 25 - Sunday 
Norfolk Chapter - 2 p.m. 
American Iris Society - 
Norfolk Botannical Garden 
Auditorium 



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(questions and answers) 

Q. When do 1 feiiillse camellias snd asaleaB...and what do I use? - 
John S.. Acredtile. 

A. Camellias and azaleas should be fertilized at least twice - 
before they bloom (Just about now) and after they bloom. In some 
more southern areas, a third fall feedii^ is recommended. In 
Virginia Beach, if you fertilite before and after blooming, you'll be 
fdlowing local recommendations. Use a special azalea-camellia 
fertilizer. Thesfj plante are sensitive - follow directions carefully. 
Azaleas especitilly have shallow roots • so fertilize carefully and 
water ia If you have sucking insect problems, use a special 
systemic fertilizer. 

Q. The rabbits have eaten my lirlope and mondo grass ground- 
covers. Wlat dm I do te prevent this? - Mrs. V.. Great Neck Point 

A. This is a good question - and a hard one to answer. First, 
fertilize well the liriope and mondo grass in the next 2-3 weeks to 
help it recover. Plant Food Pellets 8-8-8 is a good one for this. As to 
keeping the rabbits away, a shotgun is the best answer. You can 
buy rabbit repellent ropes from local garden centere, but after a 
few rains, they become less effective; at least for me. Try tobacco 
stems if you can find them (Taifs usually carry them,) Also try 
blood meal. T his often is effective but hard to find. Nutro did 
package a blodd meal; it's used both as an organic plant food and a 
rabbit repellent but is usually hard to find. If anyone has aiQr 
suggestions on repelling rabbits, please let us know and we'll share 
the good newii. 

Send your <||ue8tions and answers to Garden Hot Lloe, Virginia 
Beach Sun. If wedon'thave the answer, we'll get it for you. 



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If crabgrass shows up in your 
lawn it is almost surely from 
"T-esidual seed in your soil. The 
same is true for most of the 
other spring and summer weeds 
such as chickweed, dandelion, 
plantain, knotweed and spurge,- 
all, incidentally, easily con- 
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• Reseedingr 
MERION-FYLKING 
mm (1 lb. per 
1000 sq. ft.) 

• Weed Control 

• Fungus Control 

• Grub Control 
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Cyn/co/ crif/cs 

Qrlttitf Q0R»Mmti thit tlM homMonUiif rimarki 
b^ ttl rOWl Wirt profmnintdl iw tte Navy eornn 
m m mp^. ^m win am to piek up tin 
miHltWiiinwM ol tw^ fw AmiHea, Iti 

iMlitiUcfi m btyoRtf ttii tompr^^^ 
amM torlb^ hivt ml known tht didiea^ and 
mm of duly tbat luilaMI tkaaa mw and IMr 
fifitaa ttvoiigh toM yaan of wlfarlM and 
liNtnAloi}. 11i^ eamvX undarAand that wor6 wart 
Hi^ilad lOnq^ bacauaa af riMiid btUafi. 

Haw ladMOiara aif Amariaam who do not (M 
In tiMfr own kaarla Iha ''Ood Blaia Amariea" ax- 
paMid ky ralurnbif POWa. n^ttni ona'a country 
mH a a^itforlaUa koma appartntty kraadi laia 
vmm of kataf Ikan flirting fMr ona'a country on 
MMMMda tai fordgn' landa. 

Clean up God's wor/d 



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From our legislators 



70 IN tdilor: 

MtiMi ipttk loudtr than 
oof ««niilB (M (Hit w* Ml ia 
OOP <MOdrMi ' In MM la w, Ml 



Por»nf$ are 




I MteUily w that partnti 
%hm\i ht htld finincially 
MpoMlMt ter vandaUna by 
th^ ehiUrtR to at iMst 11000 if 
Ml ^ tilt hill ammiat of 
ibinafa. 

Hrmta aj^rantiy naed Uiii 

Mil J ■# WimtllllMir tft J M HiMft bf 

Kit! Owir Job aa iMrenta li to 
eh their children raipoet of 
trepwty — thtiri and othin. 
lin. GfiMMii Kinaia 
Walnut ill Rd. 



mttmO. What bitter way to 
■ay •Thank you, (M, for paaea 

and tN ratum of our man" tiian 
by lovinf (caring) for hia 
children (all our fallowman) 
an^ hia land. 

Ite gave tham to ua aa gifta 
and wa haven't traatid tham 
very kindly. Be aware - k^ 
around you -^ gat ttie ovaraU 
pieturi, Ecology la no joke. It'a 
a wonderful opportunity! A 
better word is Love - God'a 
people and land. Oean and 
Green. 

Let'a have a poaitive wwld. 
Be happy to clean up God'a 
world. Be happy to share 
yourself HabUitiea, Ideaa ai 
things) with othws. 



BeUy Farria 
Uttie Neck Road 



Mi|iti l.ll, Mi«M« NMrM to Tiw aim tiMit Miwtlitf 
toeti ibout Um ititi'f iiiMalNii 

ly BNNMiflR an Virtf>ila Hmm of Miaalii ii • imo 
fmmm - m Ummt mi n ¥km j f nU m l t m , §m» kwyaif 

an, anva duMMmh, »■«• ml Mtalib Ovw phirmoy. two 
faiUMfiiiBa. p»>tii»wtwi«tfc tiwlwiniw iwi tirtaiwtwfiltrf ttit 
Ntowlng: •ulmiflMli, M«W|i Md low, oU, maliL luMmri. 
pmititiftfmmmkXtiHftml^ ,M, oImMmI OMtotetor, 
rtil Mttl* UImi, NraMi, dMMil, iiaMlMt, Mfirr aiwohint. 
hittiMaanaB. iBMaMneil aanaBllaiil ud flvfl aB^aair. A 

Among Hmmvntm wmm, om bora toOtorpo, one la 
iniaoii, OM in Tmii ind iw la Vtofialt. Tw9 Hit tktir |N^^ 
M houMwIvM, Oai ii • w a i i < < w ^ pkannaolit, Md one ii aa 
aduoator and Imilniiiiifflwiiii 

Tin Vtn^ liioii doliaittM lua tw» liwyan. Oleni i. Mo* 
ClaMn mdOwiB B. PMntt, and om altatrioil oontmotor. atvarly 
n. MtddMan. 

fROM aiNAfOn lOK CANADA 

OiaouNton durii« aw fbMl WMk Of ttdi Mtfi aaaiioa of aw 
Otaml Aiitmbly oMtvod •rouad • awabir of eoatrovintel 
Hum wbieii romtla IB ba imlvad. Tlw m«]oriiy of liM btlla 1» 
broduoid thtf year h^dalroidy RWtOiiir fkli la Commitlooo aad an 

dia noor of OM or aw oOmt of aw two KoiMi. 
Amoi« aw MUa aetid upon liit walk wii aw liaao BUI, which 

paiaadbyalMvetalBthaHauaa, If aUfoaaaeeflrdiai tosehadula, 

Oovernor Hdton wiU aifi 0w bUl aad Ow aaw law will bacoma 

effactlvt somatiflM in the nUddla of tbt yaar. 

BanaW BUI 741, the Pari-Mubial Batliaf BUI. waa paaaed early 
laat waifc la the Houm Oenaral Uwi Commlttaa by an U4 vote. 
Howavar. whan the lagWaaon raadwd ttw Hoiwa floor, it mat witk 
ooaildarablo onMiitton. The ehlof patroa of aw bUl, Delaiato 
Daniel Vaa CMol of AUwmarla. withdraw Ma auMort for the bUl, 
and a Raaoluaon ealUai for aaoOwr ytafi atiidy of parl^mutaial 
bettlBg waa laitaad adoptad. A rapoH on aw RMttor wUl bo 
preaenwd during the ir4 laialoa of dw Otaaral AaaomUy. 
ReMrt Cbfld Abnae 

I am happy to report Uiat two bUla wMeh I latroduoed at the 
beginnli« of the Bession have complatod Owlr lailalittva routt and 
are now on thair way to the Oovereor'i Offtoi fornla algnatura. One 
of theae bWa amends ttw praseat ChUd Abuaa laglilatlfla and waa 
passed unanlmoualy by botti Houaa and BaMta. The bUl raquiras 
taachers in pidtUe and |»1vata adwola and la UadariBrtaa and 
nursery schools to report informatloB eoBeemtaii ai^ ehud who haa 
bean ibused to tlw JuvenUe and DomaaUc Ralaacaa Court It la my 
""'T'ihai timwiiaiia Isgialatioh, mart infractions of the child 
abuse laws wiU be reported. 

The second place of lagislaUon which pasaad test week coneerm 
our flshing piars in Vlrgtiila Beach. The togtotetton previdas that no 

Krson riMU be aUe to take or eatd) any Aoh withla 100 yarda of a 
htaig pier operating for profit We hope ttwt thte tegtelation wUI 



How congressmen voted : 



•ylONMNILtORiN 
IvN Wtihinaten iurtau 

WAIN I Nf TON — Htrt't hew arta mtmNri of Cengren 
were resaftM ew maler fell eeli vetti between the eatnihi 
w^ li tie Mr# eenareu and F^. li. 

^wAai PaMOii. til for ana t4t eaaintt, bin rtauirlna the 
Mimmtm te IPanj Mtl w'lljn for th« lurel in- 
viranmefitai AHtitanee Presrem (RIAP) •limlnetoe by the 
Admmiefl'atlfn. 

m »• iffW battle W9f Mmltino Itieril IPfW^N. iva pof teri 
leid eenfffees must eenteit PrfiT|e«t Iflaen'i reluiai to ipentf 
»niri|i*Bna|ly'aBpreved fynid. wnw^VAfU* ••'^.♦»'« '*"■•' 
eenli^Ww aref rawi are nnded te preleet the environment. 

ivMarfert elThe AOmlnletretlen lelO only lO per cent ef the 



nitlea% farmeri utiliie the ■■*»; Breirp 
Jm, 0' William Whjtfhvfit' n-Nedelk. ' 



mi. 
vetea aaainit and 
^.. , ,.. Baniel Jr., i-lprlna Ofove, vejed for. 
Be|effe4> f 1' afflfilt and m for, amendment aireetinf the 

nmiMtranen to S^l a eempremlief la ure ef 1140 ml lien fer 
_ ^the emawWelleseted last fell by the Airleulture 

'*WiB wfHif for the cemeromlH lald It womIO allow 
^iriilWMW '"•"•V •! *>'•"•• ••••^' '*• •"♦herltv eiainit 

iif fWIMt. Tirev laia a falivretocempremtse mif ht prevent 
M avtff Wt ef an twpected pretidentlal veto eauilna • leit of all 

\l0ilMi«rst end Oenlel voted for. 

AdaJHli, m for end IM eaalnit, amendment te reitere for 
te iayi me en* per cwt emeraency farm leant with li,0M 
ImMwNWaa iMrevliieni that the Preildent diKontlnuaO In 

ftwartere Mild th« Hdav wtenilen wa» needed te receive 
lean apf"<^**""w ^^*'" *«'i****^* I'* <** ceuntiei declered 
gisaiter 8'Mt av the Neretary ef AfPleiiitMre, 

Oaeorightt ^„i^ the anjeNment, eeitlno en eitimeted ISM 
miiTiln, «euid invite a preildential veto end leeve the fermeri 
wiM n« lean arei ram et ell. 

'^hH«<twif end Oenlel voted eeainet. 

BMMdi m far end ff aoalnit, bill te reitere the emeraency 
far IP ia*n wearam. 

Thf bill before It wet amended te entend ene per cent leeni 
ter u day*, wi* • cemBr«mlie meeivre epproved by the Ad- 
mtniitrefMm end the Heuie Aarleuttwre Committee. The 
iompremlif would hav» provided for iIk per cent Iniured leem 
«.n^ ellnimeted the IS.OOO terilveneii fMture epproved by the 
lait CenfPiM. 

Oflca MOftded, the bill become enether teit ef the 
Preitd^i riaht to helt by eaeeutlve order cenflreiilenei- 
let iilated prearami, 

Whitehunt end Oenlel voted eaelnit. 

Pesied, in for and 73 eaalnit. a reielutlon to continue 
ipoM^'no ef current itvoii durlna the next four menthi fer 
rorv.jfn eld and the Htalth, Iducetlen end Wolfere end Uabor 
4«p«ftmBni» * 

^m {•tetuiion previdei ^ ipendlnp et e level thet ii ll.ff 
ttiii.on i»$ hen provided in flicel ins HIWLebor leolHetien 
that th« f>r«iident twice vetoed durlnp the tand eenpreii. it 
proyid*t for ferelvn eld ipendlne et e level H.S billion leu then 
reqy«i»ed by the Preildent. 

S<<ppartara. Mncedlna thet the Preildent would veto a third 
atfemptltBaaia reeuier Hi]||f.|.aber epprepriatieni bin, leid 
peiieae M a reialwflen weulg prevent further deleyi in flicel 
YfTl aretrem fuMlna. 

aomeep p a w ei it aiald ttte finenclna of en entire yeer'i fund- 
In* by e MfittmilM reeeluflen reflecti inefficiency end peer 
flMii manesemenf Iv Cenarost. 

O'htri obieeted te vetliw en HIW-Leber and foreian eld 
ipeneing In ene packaBe. TM veuel preettce fer centlnulna 
rMeiutieni, however, li te lump all unfunded propremi 
^ethor fer one vote, 

WhltehurM vef«f fer end Denlei voted epeinit. 

Approved. 2M foTend 72 eeelnit, bill H eutherlie ipendlna 
(tr me American Revolution Bicentennlei Cemmleelen et the 
preiani levti for an <dditlenel four end a half menMi. 

Supper<«'« taid tni US millien eutherlutwn li e itep aap 

Nturt te i^^tfp the contfoverilai ABBC weretlna until It'i 



itina 
end 



the Ad- 



re^ienlraa «i rtcemrriantfad by Cenireu 
n^HiMratfen ^ ^ .. ^ 

lenti continued tht cirticsim that jfamidred calii for, 
eriticiim renaed trem Allic'i ctaae flee wim 






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HI W ew m wM Pd.. V»»^ii»a OWfli, vlii'i* IMM 

'^ Dear OmM ^aoie, (Nneral Man^iv 

I A Ridw Inc. Ri^ JNn Phillipt, Hiffnif Ing Cdi^ 
Ift^lilpli^ 




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cerperete bicentennlei pleni te e icarclty at cancrete Bicen- 
tennlei celebretlen propeieH. 

Whitahurst and Oenlel voted for. 

UN ATI: Paued. as for end 17 eselnit, bill reaulrlns 
lenete conflrmetlen ef the dIrKter ef ONIce ef Managemont 
and Budtet end hli deputy. 

ley L. Aih. 0MB director end former uittan induitrlei 
chief would be lublNt te refroHftve canflrmatlen vnttr the 
bill. Ash centrMi fhe federel budaet. reeemmendi im- 
peundmenta af fundi and evepseei a afaH af 70O per lani. 

luppartari af fhe lIlT went to impeie cenareHieflei central 
ever the peit which fen. lem J. Ipvin Jr. (e-N.e.). the blll'i 
ipenier, celled lacend In power to the preiidency. 

The White Howie, threetenlng e veto ef the bill, lew It ai a 
move to euit Aih. 

Mm. Henry P. Byrd Jr. voted for end willlem i. Icett voted 
aoainit. 

Peiied. «* for and SO eaalnit. bill te revive the rurel elM- 
triflcatlen two per cent leen progrem termlneted by the Ad- 
minlitretlen. 

lupperterii eoncodlne thet chenaei mey N needed In the 
Rurel llectrlcel Admlniitretlen (RIA) prearemi. leld 
chenaee must be made by Cenoreii rether then oMecutlve 
order. 

Oppenenti leid thi fermeri' electrleei needi fer which R i A 
wai ernted iarf ely have beait met and that M per cMt of RIA 
cuitemeri are naW luBurban, net rural. 

They added that the two $9r eon? rate, let durlnp the ifSO'i 
when the Bavernment borrwyed money at i.f per cent retd H 
beino ivbitdiied by federal taaBayeri, 

Byrd voted far and Icett vefed aBalnst. 

Releeted. M OBelnit and If tar» amMfment to provide two 
RerMnt liAJBai^itieMttniiriir»!ll|it«rlcel llnei In erni 
with leu than three pariani per liuare ml e. , 

luppertari lald the emendment would maintain cheap leam 
far farmers wN need them, but afid laarn far lubwrban araai 
that weren't meant k be cevarH when R f A wai •rasfad. 

Oppanenta uid there li alrndv eiwuBh Nevlblllty In the 
R lA prnrami ta permif e mla bafwun twe per cent leant and 
hlaher Intereet rate laani, Opaananti adfled the amendment 
hei merit, but It should net be paued haitily withaut itudy by 
an aarlevlture lubcemmlttea. 

Byrd end IcMt wted fer. 

Petted. M fer and ll eaalnit. bill ta Increeie the federal 
there ef elrport medemlietlan far all but the lerieit eirperti 
and prahibit IhbI taxes en air farei. 

The bill, vetoed lest fall bv the President, wet oppeiad by 
lecelltiei which beian te levy taan an air fares efter the 
Supreme Saurt lait April uBheid the aractlce. 

The atrilna Industry lupp^a the bHI Beeeuu It appuw eir 
fere incrNiee cpoated by ImbI taau. 

Other lupperteri told Insrniad federel eld won't Burden 
federal taipayeri. Pederel elrport aid camu fram a fruit fund 
•uppert by federel taxet en eir ferae. 

Byrd voted for end Icett voted aBelnit. 

Adopted, so fer end SO aaalnit. non-bindlna "tenie af 
Conareu" amendment te the alraart development bill eppoilnB 
preildentiel Impoundment of federel airport fundi. 

lupperteri said the measure wauld diuaureBo the 
Preildent, who hot Impounded highwey truit fundi, from 
Impounding the elrport truit. 

Oppenentf told there'i been no threet ta impeund fundi end 
the emendment would itend In the wey of cengrNiionel end 
pruldenttai aMravei of the alraart development bill. 

Byrd end liwtt voted esalmt. 

Rejected. H agalnit and II far, amendment roauiring the 
federel government to pey 71 per cent ef ell elrport meder. 
niietien grenti Inahied of M per cent far the notion'! II lergeet 
etrperti end 71 per cent for the remelnder. 

At preient, eilelrporti get M per cwit federel funding. 

Supporters told truat fun^ liwuld be dlitrlbuted ea ultebly 
emeng ell elrporti. They said the leraeit eirporti, where 
troNic cengeatlen ceuiei meet eirllne eccTdenti, hove e cruelol 
need for more funding. 

Opponents leld the lergeit eiraorti, meet ef which make 
preflti. can finance imarovemonn, but tmeli end madlum 
eirpttpfs hove been uneble te relM the money te match N per 
cent taderel fundi. 

Byrd end Bcatt voted eaalnet. 

Peiied, M far and Maaamit. a im million tieed control bill. 
Including fundi far iharwina and itreem ereilen itudloi end 
emerganey streembenk pratactlon, 

Oppenente of the bill, vetoad lait fall by m Prudent, leid 
the nbN to limit ependlfig makai it herd te luitify eabendlturei 
when other nodtM erl greater, 

Supports said ma^ af the prelects would be funded in 
future yeen end thui would not cantrlbute to deficits in fluel 

1»7|. 

Byrd end iwtt ve^ far. _ 

Relected. 44 againet end M fari amandment ta include Hw 
i«<4 end 1MB preiMwitlel etoetleni In the •onete'e upeenUng 
in««stiMtkNi of fhe Watergete bugging Incident and iHher 
afti>*i(-ei eeplanefe. 

aapubiiei^a NHlieated that Rapubiieana umpo bufBed in 
tti9M oeriter cempf^ni, 

Oitw»fn»». cieimHtf Ignorance o* eenior bugginf > therged 
fhi IttUhi.cent with try Ni ta gliufe ti^a tecut of the in- 

vfM'fet*w». . ^ 

$>r4 vetfd iBalnel oN letft v^ed for. _ ^ ._ 
R.iectfd, M eaelfit end N tor, amendmtni i% deUHe PvWjf 

lervtce empiaymwt and |ab trBlni#B awframt far a 11 1 blHian 

amw^t laid tM iMlviitR ¥ mWvfkrm* wwid mwre 
anchor pr^ldentlal vetf, 

lyrl M^ aaeiwt and leeft voted far- 



BROOiiraia ^vato and contme^ial boate uiuaUy found fiihir« 
RBBT IN pWra to throw thair Uaaa and note deewhere. Thus, the 
tadivMuBl f Wwrman and woman who mjoy flahing from piers will 
bB bUb lodeae wittwut ttda intarfermce caused by the boata. 

A aumbar of court reform measures designed to ipead up, 
rimpUfyi and RMke more ttttdmt the handling of cases in the 
towar oourta wora boini msaidnrad last week. Under these new 
nfomw. ttw JuBtloa of ttw r*aaeo system, last of the judicial 
IfllinMdmndoatupoR ttw paymwt of fees, would be replaced by 
B MMlBtniw ^lam. The new magistrates would be appointed by 
ttw OMtf JudgB of Uw Ciroiit Courto and would receive salarlee. 
^UwlhBr Of ttw propoaad reforms would involve the County and tha 
^iWM fknri Ju^ lyitom, which wouid be traniformed into a 
DtoMot Court avilam. Evantuaily, thli District Court sjwtem 
would bo proiMad over by (Ull*time JudgM. under today's system, 
IwraoN ptrt-Hnw h»^ who preside over many lower courts and 
try OBBOB from ttw OBneh on one day and are back practicing law 
ttw moA, IX^fim salariaa are being proposed in order t(f attract 
taBtlBr qualUwd, fuU-Uma Judges for positions on the new District 

la Other Action Lait Week: 

" The SarntB PrtvUaiaB and Elections Committee Membara 
dMdod to carry ov«r to tha nmt Seaiion {H-opMali to allow the 
Oovoriwr to rua for a second term. The bill wouid also require tiw 
Ooronur aiid Lt GovenuH- to run on the tame ticket, and to have 
ttwLt Oovaraor perform dutlae preacribed by the Governw rather 
ttwn hBviag ttw praaiding over the Senate as his major respoo- 
HbOl^. 

-The Houao Privileges and Elections Committee passed two 
Raaoiuttona laat week - one calling for a study of the Equal Righto 
Amaadnwnt to ttwConstitotion, and tiie oUier calling for state legal 
BOttOB to romova Virginia from the sanctions of tiie 19SS Voting 
mgbtB Act Tho lattor Raaolution has already been passed by Um 
lante 

•~ The Houaa of DatoWtM passed • by a 63-31 vote - a biU 
Monaorad by Sonator Wifliam Hopkins d Roanolie, which creates a 
dniR>iNioa m State Governmental Management to study new 
w^ of striMunlining ttw gta to Government to make if more ef- 
toettva and amciant 

— Four piacaa of envircmmenlai legislation, including the En- 
viromnantal Ramrganization Plan, a Soil Erosion Control Bill, a 
stronger Air Pollution Control Bill, and a bill which malies thespot- 
li|0ittng of da«r iU^l, all passed last Friday in the Senate. 

(I) The ErwironmenUil Re-organization Plan, as reported in last 
waak'a iwvnlatter, consolidates the five separate divisions (d air 
and B(didfwaitia, water, nahiral reaources, marine resources, and 
lima and inlii^ fiaheries. 

(2) The Soil Eroaion Bill, which establishes an erosion control 
pr<vram to bit administered by the Soil and Water Conservation 
Commiaalon, maaad quickly by a 5»-3 vote last Friday. 

(I) Tha AirPolhition Bill requires localities to adopt ordinances 
ragiilating leaf burning in their areas. If the localities fail to do so, 
Om Air Poilutimi Control Board will regulate the leaf txjrning. 

(4) The "spot-lighting" bill, which applies throughout the state, 
prohiblte the |U^ use of lights to spot deer at night and blind 
thmn in wder |io shoot them. This has been a problem in Vlrpnia in 
ttw last I yoara, and I hope that this^legislaUon will aid in 
dacraasing ttttiaa incidences. 

FROM DEL. GLENN McCLANAN 

A I a.m. iidjourning hour brought the first annual "short" 
laairton of Ute Virginia General Assembly to a close, wiUi tiie 
doiring howa being tiie decision-maker on many crucial issues, 
iRBhlding ttie oourts reform bill and no-fault insurance legislatiim. 
Ttwcompromi|ia court raform bill which was finally passed was tiie 
raault df long houra of work by Uie Courts of Justice Committees of 
both tha Howkt aiui Senate after Uie report by the lanson Com- 
hdarionwMlA had suggested many changes in Virginia's Court 
System. Among! tiie changes in the finally passed version were: (l) 
to allow faitn of circuit courts of record to nominate three can- 
dldataa for aac|i district court seat and for the General Assembly 
Bad for tha Gai|aral Assembly to make the final nominations. The 
Oanwral Aaaamlbly may add additional names to tiie list; (2) a 
nawly raviaad gtato magistrate system, replacing justices of Uie 
paaca (S) Courts of record will become circuit courts while all other 
OOurtiiuebaaJMvanile, municipal, and traffic will be called district 
pourti; (4) li yo|ir iddi will be allowed to serve on juries. 

A lack of anraement on the part of Uie House to accept tiie 
raviaad no-fauU (lillpreaanted by Uie Senate killed any possibility of 
RO-faultl^kilatif nbacwning a reality for this session. Last minute 
draftfng and chat igaa in ttie bill allowed for disagreement as to just 
what imiit ba ttlli raault in regard to rate changes. 



|}alii«|fli.MHkJMifft 

AmoM ottwr evante dn»Taarwaarwara ttw aaspUon of 



SUN SURVEY 

QUirrif ON : Should tha Stato Codt 
IM iimvittftdtd to rttiM tha rtimburia- 
mtnt for vwidallim from 1200 to $2,0007 

Your awMwnli and signed letters wouid be appreciated idao. 

YH D : NO n 

Ob M nhim to: VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, 
intMOWnt Hi, VhlMi BMCh, Vl 23452 



No arguments 



Aa Intoraitlag phenomena 
oeeuTfid m rMponse to the 
quootton of ttMi past two wei^s. 

No I one, abiidutriy no one, 
tavof ad an araaial atsaasment 
of prfipoi^l Of rtoinfy it's rare 
to 14 a ttw paoi^ In complete 
amimaBt on ^ iinie. 

Ml. Whilay Jr. lummad it up 
ttilK way in a note aC' 
oonipanying Na raaponaa; "I 
woi| k favor animal asaasnoent 
of groparty except for ttie coat. 
Thfirafora, I favor 
roanoBMnmt ov«y s years." 

qm raadM- noted that the 
ro^wrt raaasaaament "was not 
lai aoBord with estebllshed 
prtiNtoBto, nor te law." 

J MjrN aaottwr had bis v«ry 
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aafiaaamBate made on a 
akt awr a d ba^ over a l-yaar 

( \a artkda by Donna Mandril 
tl 1 1 a^Warad ta ttw Fateuary I 

a»lip ^ tiw Sun .haa him 
>|irBUng its own raspema. It 
Btiparnad the efforts of Mri 
CfHttyMaedenaid, chairman of 
tfia Council of Civic 
Qriaatiatton's aducatloM 
f emmittBB, to i^nge Uie state 
iw UmlMHI the amount 
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Ml to nm. 

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noUiing but glass breakai^ 
caused by vandalism. And in 
one fire that caused nearly 
18,000 in damages, school or- 
flctals could recover only 1300 
from parents of tte child fnnd 
guilty of Uie vandalism. 

The moral to it all is Uwt the 
texpayen are paying for such 
damages when it should be Uw 
flnapcial responsibility irf 

K rents of errant youngsters. A 
1 has been introduced to ratea 
the reimbursement limit to 
llOOO and it has the support of 
Uie ceo and the schod board. 
Does it have the suppi^rt of Sun 
rea (torsi 

Deadlines 

Sua reeders are reminded 
th|t the deadllm for submlttlHg 
arflclei for pablicattea is 
Meaday IB a.m. Material 
raeelved by I p.ai. Friday, 
however, to greatly ap« 
preetoted, 

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by wan are encwniged. Indeed 
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open daOng of milk and milk prodiwto regulattoiw whidi war 
preaanted at ttM Stoto Board of AHoulbiif and C^Runaroa faoaringj 
Detogato Gtonn B. MeOanan had appBBTBd at ttwt tima to andor 
UieBoard's action in holdiJig ttw open pubUe IWBriai oa Ito matt 
and to further request ttwt ttw raiulattons b« Bdo|itod lO ttwt 
General Aaaambly might not haw to paaa lawa raqulrlai o| 
dating on mift and milk producto for ttw baaafit of ttw conBumtt I 
Houaa Joint Raaoiutton Numbar M propoaad by Datopto Gtorai| 
McClanan was adopted ovarwbalmiivly 1^ botti ttw K|uaa 
Oetogatea and ttw Senate. Coplaa of ttw following raaolutioi^ will I 
mailed to tha farolltoe of ttioaa prisoners of war and tha POW'i 
Uiraiaalvai fnrni Virgiiii Baacn. 

HOUia JOINT ■IIOtUTION NO, HI 
ExprMiIni aratltode to tnose who Hrved in Mutneait Atie, 

•ympethy tor Ihe femlllei ef theie who died tnere and a 

welcome to ths returnlna prlsenen of War, 
Pa*r«i: Dsleaste Olenn B. McClenen 
Whereei. the citlieni of the ■Cemmenwealth ef VlrBlnla 

rtcogniie and detply appreciate the freat lacrlflces mode by 

many Virqlnlani In Southeatt Alte In fhe military urvlfo of 

Iheir country; and ^, ^ , ^^, .„ » ^ 

WKerees, soma of these Vfrglnlani died in this conflict end 
others were prisoners of war for many yeen; now, theretore, 
be It . 

Kesoivtd by the House of Oeiegatet. the Senate concurring, 
That tha Virginia Oanaral Aitembly expreiies fhe tlffCere 
appreciation of all citliens of the Cemmonweelth to all of those 
Virginians who seryad in the recent I vended conflict in 
Southeast Asia; and ba It 

Resolved further, That the heartfelt sympathy of tha 
Commbnwaalth is extandad to tha famlilat of all Virglnlani who 
dietl in that conflict; and ba It 

Resolved finally, That Virginians from all ereas throughout 
the Commonwealth extend a warm welcome to our returning 
prisoner! of war, rejoice In their newfound fraedam, and wish 
tham a quick and pleasant transition Into a normal, and 
rewording life. 

FROM DEL. OWEN PICKETT 
Virginia's court system is in for a major rastructortog by joeo as 
a result ot court refwm measures being adopted by tiie (general 
Assembly this session. 

Deeigned to speed up, slm|dlfy and make more efficient Uie 
handling of cases in the lower courts, mar^r changes will occur at 
Uie level at which 00 per cent of Uie Virginians who go to court do so. 
Drafters of Uie legislation promise a new |M-ofesf ionallsm as the oldl 
justice of Uie peace system Is replaced with a magisti-ate system, 
Uie county and juvenile court judge system is transformed into a 
disti-ict court system presided over, after a few years erf transition, 
by full-time judges, and Uie circuit courte are realigned to give Uie 
State a unified circuit court system. i 

The reforms will bring about Uie demise of the justice of Uie 
peace, tost of the judicial systems dependent upon Uie payment of 
fees, Maglsti-ate, to be appointed by Uie Chief Judge oi Uie circuit 
courte, would be compensated by satories. 

Higher Satartos fw Judges 
On the new disti-ict court level, more atti-active salariea have 
been proposed in order to atti-act better qualified full-time judges 
Under today's system, the part-time judges who presided over 
many lower courte may sit on the bench one day and practice law 
Uie next. 

Still to be decided is who will appoint the 166 lower court 
(district) judgM. House members favor tiransferring tiie piivilege 
for the General Assembly, which appointe the lOl circuit court 
judges. 

Senate members feel Uwt the responsibility should be that |>f the 
circuit court judges so appointmenU will be removed fr<|py^e 
political arena. "^ 

"If we have done our wtvk well in selecting Uie circuit court 
jud{^, they should be qualified to make Uie selection of djkti'ict 
ceurt judges," noted one Senator. "Th^ are closer to the local 
scene and have better infornution on which to base appointmento. " 
This was but one of Uw question marks hangii^ over the Capitol 
as Uie Legislature went into Ito final week of deliberation. 
: Many Issoes To Be Reseived 
A number of lively issues remain to be resolved. Many oUiers 
already have met Uielr fate in committees and on the floor of |ne or 
Uie other of the two houses. 

As Uie Senate cmtinued ito consideration of the House-apft'oved 
budget bill, attention centered an Uie welfare items, "Propaggnda" 
Uie House Approprtotions and Senate Finance Chairmen called Uie 
criticism that welfare funds had been "cut" from Uie budget Hie 
committee recunmended an appropriation 15.6 million less Uwn 
that asked by the Governor for welfare funds to supplement those 
already allocated for Uw 1973-74 biennium. The chairmen suggested 
sti-icter contird Over welfare spending and the Senate rlnawe 
Cmnmittee booeted tto aUgcation for additional personnel to 
exercise the contird, 

A bill giving tiie Stole Health Department conti-ol over hoapitel 
consbniction and wpansion was approved by boUi houses; cer- 
tifiifatee of neiwssity must be obtetned bdore biq* such building 
may be comnimcad. 

Thomas P. Harwood, Jr., was topped to fill Uw vacancy db Uie 
Stole Corporation Commission created by Uw retirement of Judge 
Ralph T. Cattorall. 

IIT4 Referendum fer Parl-Mutoel 

Pari-inutuel betting litfisiaUon was to the House General Laws 
Cnnmittee af tor passing ttw Sanato wltti amendments which would 
require stetowide and local referenda as prerequisites to Hce 
ti-ack betting. A 1B74 refermdum nwy be in ttw offing. And Uw 
bingo bill, which passed Uw House witti a provtoion reniiring an- 
nual permits from Boards of gunarviaore, waa in Uw Sapato 
Gweral Laws Committee and Uiought to ba haadad for passagei 

No-fault automobile insurance, having pawad Uw Houm to a 
version which many pradict wiU force rataa up aa much aa go {wr 
cent, faces an uncertain ftitora In Uw Sanato. 

Profeasionai negotiations for Steto employees met wiUi faUure, 
althMigh grievance proM(hirea will probab^ be approiwd. * 

Blue Uw amendments provide for sale of all foods on Sunday. 
Stares nwy no longer use Uw "charity ctouaa" to sail ottwr item on 
Sunday. Tlw Ganwal AMnalMy wm eonfrontad wltti a cri^l 
sitoation here as a RomofB court last week doctored Uw pNfKit 
tow so vague u to be uneonstitotional. In order to retoto any Blue 
Laws, some legtototion eliminating Uw "charity ctouse" had to be 
adoptad, 

Houaa am^roval of Uw use of Supfdamantol RattramMt fundi to 
ttie amount of m mUUmi for the prcfwaad l^iriative cM^ 
buUdliv revived ttw CaplUd S^iara itto conbrovMiy. Opponan| ol 
use propoaal to toilM ttw sbnictora in ttw Squara'aloai^^pa ««ra 
on ttw atort to tiUa a^pi ^t ttirir argumairta may not have twan 
coroidat^ eonvindag. A ganato fl^t to a oartototy. ' 

EavirennMtal Iseae Revived i 

Another toaue Uiought to have baw told to rart - ttw oan- 

soUdatton of acotogicaily ortontad aganotoa into one eonaarvatton 

dapartraairt - ««s raswraetad to ma HaoM, ^ 

An aAniifttratton aponaorad bm ^vtog ttw State eontnd over 

location of powar ptoato and Ugi vollBfla Uaoa waa kUtod la coRw 

mlMaa. 

A Mrlleh of boa vote killad a moBfura wbtob wouU ha va dvan ttw 
State Board of Educatton, n^ti thaa ttw Oov«iior, power to 
appoint ttw State guperiatoadaiit «f FubUe Inatouetfen, 

Sanato Privitogaa and Elaettona Coaualttaa mmiban ito^daA to 
carry over to ttw nast MMdoa propoaak to allow fta dovaram to 
nn for aacond torm, to n»dra tha Gfi«ni» aad I^utem 
Governor run on ttw aama Hohtt, aad to Iwva ttw LtootoaBnt 
Ow^mor perform dutea praa^Ntod I9 ttw Oevnuar (riMiv ttaa 
pnMa over the «!«wto aad perform duttaa wttt mA U ta 
praawitiy chargcu.) 



. Revartoi •»• "* *" '" 
GtoM V, M^^MR, Deittio^^ 
before the Steto Board <tf Aprtottltw^ ane (^nowpoe on r^>\^ y 
I), in rffani to Uw haarit^ m "Prepoied iUuai aad J^itotiOM 
Goyemli^ ttie Open Dating of Grade A Pastourind Martwt Mw, 
Graito A Markat Milk Produali aad (^rtato MUk Prodiiete ' In hia 
nraarin. M^taaan itotod, *'Tha Umt tots eema to nm^ ttwt an 
Mry to read ai^ « "wttmi^r^to^^iv^init to ba ^ead 
e|«ny on fvrtoiM to aditoh adk and c^aga eteead aid 
t^h^partthabto daii^ ^Biucte an »old throughout VA 

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Students write, direct, perfonn musical melodrama 



By RANDY McCUlLLAN 

PrincMS Anne High Schwd 
wiU present for the fint time a 
mwical mdodrama written by 
Btudei^ Randy McOeUan and 
David Livdy. Ilie new musical 
is a rewriting irf Charles 
George's "The Belle of Uie 
West" The musical is under the 
siqiervision of Larry Williams, 
and is directed by David Uvdy. 
The music is undo- die direction 
Tracy Cuey. 

"Western Winds" is a tale of a 
small mining town in the M 
west Speedy ^mmen runs a 
saloon hotel in town of Roarin' 
Creek and decides to em|doy a 
baiter from back East. The 
barber arrive, and the town is 
shocked to find that I.MLBrown 
is Ida Mae Brown, a young 
widow from New Jersey. She 
reveala wl^ she came in her 
song "Go West". The men of the 
town are instantly smitten wift 
Mra. Brown, much to the 
disgust of the ladies as ttwir 
songi "I Idolise Ida" and "Belle 
of the West" show. 

At the same time, Ow villlan. 
Nasty Norman and his very 
short side kick Long John 
Platinum are terrorizilig the 
town, doing MEAN things. 
Nasty instructs his fhuddes 
(three Indians. Pronto, Tonto, 
and Fred) m to hia evU in the 
student authored song "I'm 
Mean". 

HtA on the trail of Nasty 
Norman is Lance Boyle, the 
fearless mounted policeman 
who is "brave, strong and 



"RAGGEDY ANN" comes to life as Nancy Ahood, who 
alteads Plaxa Elementary School, relates the story of the 
Itmans ddl in a "living book report" program. Plata 
tmtih graders enjoyed dressing up as thefr favorite 
stflrybook characters to present their Uvely reperU to the 
etatt. 

John Stubbs wins Bland 
Memorial local contest 

' John P. Stubbs of Virginia 
ioaeh, ll'year-old student of 
tiiffMrd Hener, recently won 
^itt place for instrummts in 
fie naad Memorial scholarship 
tomp^tton qpoMored by the 
Jtempsville Lions aub. 
; ^sBilias been a piano student 
IttMbing with Herur for three 
yoaft. He is an hwwr student at 
Noiiyk Acadony. He won a m 
government bond and will enter 



the zone competitions of the 
Memorial contest in mid- 
March. 



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Hm (M Dominion Players 
will present Robert Andorson's 
^'Tm^sA Sympathy" at •■» 7- ..^ — ;, — . — zz — ~ 
a.m. OB March 1,2, 3 and 4. and 'Wuime thc Pooh 
3:S0 p.m. on March 3, in Old 



Dominion University's 
Ts^Bokigy llieater. 
' Acclaimed as an uncommmily 
discerning study oi character 
both on Broadway and in movie 
toon, **1^ and Empathy" is a 
eompeiling and teadxr story of 
two kndy people and the 
relationship that develops 
between them. 

Planetarium 
diows Mars 

"The Planet Mars" will be the 
inogram offored at the Virginia 
Beach Public Schools 
Ptenetarium through the month 
of March. The planetarium Is 
k>eatcd at Plaza Jiraior High 
School. 

Actual iriioti^aphs qt Mars 
will be shown. Some oi the 

Rbotos were taken through 
desoipa and others were 
talmi t>y Mariner satellites, llie 
Mariner program of space 
ni^ts will also be analyzed and 
iUuMrated. 

'. The planetarium is open 
fevery Sunday and Tuesday at 7 
p.m. excqit on Tuesday, Mardi 
a. ResorvatUms may be made 
by caffing a»-l97l. Childrm 
tada* U Bho^ be acxanpanied 
1^ an Mkdt. Admission is free. 



Lisa Kay Rinkov, lO-year-dd 
fifth grader at Alanton 
Elementary School, will appesr 
in the A. A. Milne classic, 
"Winijie the Pooh," to be 
presented by the Norfolk 
Children's Theatre on Saturdtay, 
MarchS, and Sunday, March 4, 
at the Norfolk Little Theatre, 
801 Claremont Avenue. 

Performances m Mardi 3 will 
be at 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 

p.m. 

Performances oj March 4 will 
beat 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. 

Barbara Ellberg direcU the 
production. Admission is 75 



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true." The ladies are, of cmtrse, 
biken in by Lance's good looks 
and charm, but want thdr men 
back. 

Love interast is introdixed in 
Alan Miller, an dd flame ct 
Ida's who is shocked to find her 
InRoarbf Creek. They faU back 
hi love Just in time for a 
nested Nnty to whom no one 
has had time to hate during ttiis, 
kidnaps her and plans to do her 
ia Can Lance and Uw mm <rf 
the town rescue her In time? 

nils IMW musical is a spotrf of 
old melodramatic westerns. 
The hilarious new script by 
McClellan lends itoelf to 
mdodrama, and the new songs 
by him and Livdy are • Lively 
in tnnpo and funqy in words. 

There are mi^y^ scenes, « 
barroom brawl, and much foot 
stomping dancing. 

The cast Imdudes: Elaine 
HOll«y, Fred Cdeman, Ken 
Bartra, Randy McCtellan, Ray 
Dunn, Tim Norton, Howard 
McGrath. Sheila Escajeda, BiU 
Reld, Craig Byrnes, Laura 
Burris, Clndi Cobbs, Tricia 
McCoy, Kim Ness, Rose 
Escajeda, Brenda O'Brien, Ken 
Bach, Richard Roberts, David 
Bundrick, Joe Jduison, Peggy 
Kauffman, Lynn Riviere, 
Margaret Lush, Cindy Wilson. 
Lola Murrell, Cathy Meek, 
Donna Robusto, Debbie BuUger 
and Sharlene Howell, Chris 
ChrlsUinson, Tim Mwan, 
Richard Layman. Melissa 
StroQt, Lynn O'Cwmell, Robin 
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Ken Bar on and Elttoe HoMey rehearse a scene. 



AU-City music 
festival Sunday 



'Vi^inia Wolfe' 
on stage locally 




"Who's Afraid <^f ,Vlrginia 
Woolf?" opened Tuesday at the 
Tidewate blnner Theatre. 

The much-acclaimed drama 
by Edward Albee plays for a 
nine-day run before it is 
presented in repertory with the 
Neil Simon comedy, "Barefoot 
in the Park," which opens 
March 9 to play Fridays 
through Sundays. 

The Sunday show will be a 
matinee beginning March U, 
and "Virginia Woolf" will play 
Tuesdays through Thursdays 
after March 12. 

Both shows are directed by 
Christopher Cooney. 

Alan Sader, owner-manager 
of the theatre, hai chosev ^ 
two shows to play In March aad 
possibly into April. "The 
combination is a tmse drama 
and a light comedy — one for 
the mid-week and the other for 
the week-end," said Sader. 

"Doing these shows In 
repertory is a new conceit in 
dinner theatre. Repertory is 
always an exciting approach to 
theatre, and for us it's also 
experimental," he said. 

"mo's Afraid of Virginia 
Woolf?" features Mark 
Costigan as George, Denise 
Derenque aa Martha, Tom 
Weller as Nick, and Chris 
Rhodes as Honey. John PerkiiM 
is stage manager. Miss Rhodes 
and Perkins are from Norfolk. 
The other three cast membrs 
are from New York. 

Costigan, a graduate of the 
University of Scranton, Pa., 
with a B.A. in classical 
languages, has appeared in 
over SO plays. He recently 
filmed "The Bold Ones" and 
"Ironsides" for television and 
Just completed his first feature 
film with MGM. 

Miss Derenque has appeared 
In several daytime television 
shows including "The Guiding 
Light" and "The Edge of 
Night." This last fall she did a 
"Close-Up" toothpaste com- 
mercial. In New York diejs a 



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member of Theatre 77 Rep, a 
new repertory theatre oJ which 
she is one of the founders. 

"Who's Afraid of Virginia 
Woolf?" will be presented by the 
Tidewater Dinner Theatre In Its 
entirely. For reservations call 
460-OI»3 (Norfolk) or 245-8304 
(Ihc pdiinsulai. 



The Virginia Beach AlK^ity 
Elonentary Music Festival wiU 
present its sixth annual chorus 
concert, Sunday, at 3 p.m. at 
Plaza Junior High School. 

This festival was initiated in 
IMS by James E. Ackels, 
supervisor of music of Uie 
Virginia Beach City Schools, 
as an outgrowth ot 
the "Singing Bee" which 
was held in the city for 
several years. 

The 360 student participanU 
have been selected from grades 
nve. six and seven to rq)resent 
each school in the City, The 
studenU will be divided into two 
choruses. The fifth and sixth 
grade students will comprise 
one chwus and the seventh 
grade studenU the other. The 
music will range fr(m> classical 
tb"pop." 



Guest conductor for the fifth 
and sixth grade chorus will be 
Michael Thomas, choral 
direcfan- at Maury Hi^^chool, 
Norfolk. Dr. Milton M. 
Schimke, professor of music at 
the University of Wisconsin- 
Eau Claire will conduct the 
seventti grade chorus. Both 
conductors have an extensive 
background in music and are 
particdarly noted for their 
outstanding work in choral 
music. 

Relwarsals for the concert 
will begin Friday at 6:30 p.m. 




Libraries 
show films 

The student-adult film series 
at the Kempsviile bnanch 
library continues on Thursday. 
March 1, with an evening with 
Robert Frost. 

■Two films Will be presented 
beginning at 7 p.m.: "Robert 
Frost" and "A Conversation 
With Robert Frost." Reser- 
vations may be made by calling 
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"We call It our pre- 
Revrfutlonary split-level," Lola 
Sanders said as riie and her 
husband, Lt Cmdr. Ralph G. 
Samlers showed us about their 
home. It's the AnOuny Foibeu 
hoiae, circa 1772, on fMncesa 
Anne Road in Pungo. 

True, the outaide might Kxa- 
prMs one as a more modem 
dwelling, with its addition, at 
cne time, cf an apartment, its 
screened porch and other 
modernization. 

Yet, one Jiotes the ateep jlant. 



of the Mlt box roof, the one end 
cf Uie house which is Flemish 
bmid brick, the imoke house in 
the rear and near it the Hmall 
acbod buikling Unt once echoed 
with laughto- and sighs of 
youngsters numy years ago, 
learning their A.B,C's. 

Th«) there's the huge oak 
tree, said to be about 300 years 
oM, fticing the hoioe. That bee 
had to be trimmed excessively 
recently, and Lda Sanders 
said: "Oh, it hurt me to have 
that done." 

It mis last Saturday that we 
..yisltfld the Sandov. Lola.^ a 



fiart-time accountant with 
Clarence Day and Son, was 
catching up with iMusehold 
activities that accumulate 
during the wedc for working 
women. Their son. Louis, 18, 
was home frwn VPI for the 
weekend. 

Ralph, stationed with Va-85 
Aviation Mainterance depart- 
ment at Oceana, was talking of 
his pending July retirement 
from the Navy, and his plans for 
additional restoration and work 
on their 200-year-dd home. 

"I'd like to restore the two 
back potch^ in the future. 




(SALT BOX ROOF is readUy identified on the 1972 Anthony Fentress House in old 
Princess Anne County, now part (^ the city. (Photo by Helen Crist) 



Auxiliary PoKce honored 



Tribute was paid to men of the 
Virginia Beach Auxiliary 
Police, and their wives, 
Saturday night during in- 
stallation of the unit's newly 
elected officers. 

Commissioner of Revenue 
Ivan Mapp, founder and first 
^ief of ttie Auxiliary Pdice, 
dM the men, "You are helping 
the regular police make 
Virginia Beach a better place in 
— -wWeb to livoJ*— — — 

Mapp told of the unit's 
beginning the ld40s as a civil 
defense activity, and 
developing into a full-scale 
police (^ration in the 1960s. He 
also told the men, "You are to 
be congratulated with what you 
have done with Qie Auxiliary 
Polic*." 

Outgoing president ErMst C. 
Hyers praised wives of the 
police officers for their 
sacrificing the time which could 

be spent with tiie m«i to allow 

them to serve the c(»nmunity. 

The newly elected officers are 
R.A. McLaughlin, President; 
Bill Jones, Vice President; G.O. 
Wimbrow, Secretary; and Joel 
C. Clark, Treasurer. 

Lt. M.E. Beane, Auxiliary 
Police CO., received a special 
award from men of the unit for 
the wor|c he has dtme in the past 
year in organizing the group 
into a well functioning unit. 

Elmer Litchfield, who 
recently retired from the group 
after sane ten years service, 
was honored with presentation 
of a [daque containing the l>adge 
he w(n-e during his service. 

This also marked the first 
presentation (tf special so-vice 
awards to men who have 9, 6, 
and 3 years service as Auxiliary 
Police officers. 

It is important to note that 
while these men perform many 
of the duties of repilar police 
officers, acc<mipanying than on 
patrols and spedal assigmnents 
on regularly scheduled shifts; 
each man woks on a voluntary 
basis without ^y. 

Those who received nine year 
serviw awards were Linwood 
B. Hammond, Raymond 
McLaughlin, Bernard £. 



Monroe, and Edward E. 
Rogers. 

Six year service awards were 
presented to Ll(^d L Chidk, 
John V. Comptbn, Chester W. 
Creekmore, Z«io G. Nichols, 
R^oiald Nixon, Joseph Nowlan, 
Robert 0. Stewart, Ossie 0. 
Wade, Gene Wimbrow, Edward 
Wise, and A.C. Woodruff. 

« Those recriving three year 

''M^vlM awards {flooded James 

M. Barrett Sr.. Preston E. 



Berry, Allen L. Berryman, 
William K. CasQe, Joel C. 
Clark, Clyde L. Doxey, Wesley 
S. Elkins, BeniUe S. Gregory, 
Carl W. Haga, Robert D. 
Hughes, William L. Jones, 
William F. Joyner, Eugene 
Mayton, Donald E. McAtee, Leo 
McGroarty, Robert Midgett, 
Russell A. Morgan, William 
Pallett, Joe Phoenix, Russell H. 
Sawyer, John A. Seaman, 
Jessee Smith, and Raymond 
Tucker. 



Ri^t now there's no back door 
to the house, and we ei^oy the 
fhreplaces so it pres«its a 
proUem hauling in ttw wood." 

He hopes to set up a workshop 
for antique furniture 
refini^ing. There are many 
pieces in die luxise now that 
Ui^'ve rubbed, and polished, 
sawed and hammered into 
things of beauty. 

For instance, there's the 
round oak former dining table, 
wi|h large claw feet, in the 
living room. It's cut now to 
coffee table size. 

"I w«it everywhere— to all 
the antique shops to find 
someone to cut off Out toble. 
Nobody wouM do it, so I got a V 
block, and put it on saw horses, 
and cut it myself." 

He's an Alton, Missouri farm 
boy. .."a Missouri hillbilly 
married to an Eastern Shore, 
Va. clam diner," Lola said. 
But she's really a farm girl 
herself. 

With a yearning for privacy 
and a pl«:e where they could 
have a decent garden and room 
to spread out, they bought the 
Anthony Fentress Iwmeand two 
acres from Kater Murden in 
July, 1904. 

The house has been more 
fortunate than many in old 
Princess Anne County. It's had 
a succession of owners who 
treated it with respect and kept 
it in sturdy condition. 

It's across the road from the 
site of the original Pungo 
Chapel, which was condemned 
as structurally unsound for 
public worship in 1772. The 
foundation of the chapel was 
visible for many years, but is no 
longer to be seen. 

Across the road too, was a 
schoolhouse, "Which many 
natives of the area recall at- 
tendit^. It's no longer there. 

The natives and newcomers 
alike speak fondly of life in 
Pungo. 

Lda says: "It's friendly here, 
but people don't do a lot of 
running in. It's typically rural, I 
Ipiess, in that most activity is 
cehtei^ aVouiril the church. 
For us, that's tiie Charity 
Methodist Church." 

There was plenty of activity, 
too, for the Sandera when they 
bought the Fentress house. 

They were digging flower 
beds in the back'yard, and can^ 
upon old bricks buried some W 
inches deep, leaving 



qMCulation as to their original 

It's been the interior, 
however, to which the Sanders 
have devoted most of their 
rcstwation efforts. 

."We restored a wall which 
originally separated the 
hallway and two rooms to the 
left of the enb-ance," Lola said. 

They eliminated a closet in 
thte haUway, allowing open 



passage through to a sitting 
room at the r«ir of the hoise. 
In the sitting room is a closet, 
where, in earlier days, a 
stairway descended to a win- 
dowless basenjent. Those stairs 
have been sealed off, though the 
closet renuins. 

"We were tcrid they used to 
have square dances and parties' 
down in the basemen^ but 



we've never used it," Lola said. 
Throughout the house, wide 
pine floors and hard pine doors 
are ori^nal. 

That hard pine is i and %" 
thick Ui the dining room. This 
presented a majw problem f(H- 
a surprised electrician who had 
to cut it with a power sabre saw 
in order to iratoll ^m air^ 
condiUoner. 




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Sanders point out the basement, where, it's said, earlier 
owners of the 200-yearold Anthony Fentress home held 
square dances and parties. (Photo by Helen Crist) 




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Disney movie 
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Hie Walt Din^ {s-oduction 
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The fUm ap|»eaii to eveiy 
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Students stage Soout-A-Rama Q J^y planner HOW 






Aibor Day dedication 



Ma^or Robert B. 
Cromwell, Jr., has urged 
Virginia Beach residents to 
beautify the resort city by 
planting new shrubs, bushes, 
and trees. 

Cromwell issued the plea last 
Thursday during Arbor Day 
c eremon ies at Thoroughgood 
ElemenQu7 School dedlintiiag i 
Crq»e Myrtle tree planted at 
Uie school in honor of the event. 

Students and teachers at- 
toiding the ceremony heard 
Cromwell say, "It's with a great 
deal of ploisure that I didicate 
ttie Crepe Myrtle {danted in 
your schod yard. I ask all of you 
to urge everyone to |dant a tree 
or bush in the city during the 
month of February." He added 
this would serve to further 
beautify Virginia Beach, which 
her«f«R«lto M"..anflftti 



most beautiful cities I've sera 
anywhere." 

J. Burfc Withers, Vice Presi- 
dent, Virginia Beach 
Beautification Commission, 
reminded studnts of Arbor 
Day's coinciding with the birth 
of President George 
Washington. He roninded them 
of tile Washington's efforia to 
keep Amoica a free nation. 
WithteB said, "You and I must 
continue to work \ib keep our 
freednn." 

Ben Maygarden, ftwident. 
Student Cooperative 
Association, served as program 
master of ceremonies. In in- 
troducing Cromwell and 
Withers be praised both men 
for their (devious efforts to 
improve community life in 
^^flnia Beach. 




Mayor Cromwell co^raiulalet Ben Maygarim an hb 
school's Arbor Day ceremony as Witheri beams hia ap> 
proval. 



a success 

lliirty-three Cub Packs, 31 
troops and two posts par- 
ticipated in Scout-A-Rama 
Saturday at the Virginia Beach 
Civic Center. Fifty thousand 
tidtets were sdd for the event. 

WiUiam Mosley Jr. of Cub 
Pack 378 was named top Cub 
ticket salesman. He was 
awarded a UO savings bond. 
Floyd Tudtwr of P ack 47 9 won a 
$25 savings bond as second 
{dace ticket sdler. 

Paul Gilson of Troop 372 won 
a ISO savings bond as top Boy 
Scout ticket seller. Donald 
Dunhan of Troop 419 won a $25 
bmid as second place wiitter. 

R. Dean Lee. PAVAB district 
chainnan, announced winners 
of the booths at Scout-A-Rama. 
tti^ were: 

Cub Packs - first, Pack 477; 
second, Padc 416; tUrd, Pack 
424; honorable mention. Packs 
414 tfnd 488. 

Boy Scouts - first, Troop 66; 

gecond. Troop 412; third, lYoop 
ISO; honorable mention. Troops 
MS and 484. 

lliis year, the PAVAB district 
returned 80 per cent of the ticket 
lales money to the scouting 
units. H. Keith HaU, finance 
chairman fo the district, 
presented a check for $1,142.80 
to Troop 372. 

ArchitectB Study 

Williams and Tazewell k 
Associates, a Virginia Beadi 
and Norfolk architectural firm, 
is preparing a feasability study 
on the enlargement of Scott 
Stadium in Charlottesville. 
Recommoidations will be made 
public when the study is com- 
pleted in early June. 



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Walter J. Monahan has joined 
the firm of Talbot, Wermers 
and Associates, Ltd. as a 
project planner. He assumed 
his position with one of the 
state's largest planning ' and 
engineeFiflg^irms ea February 
7. 

Monahan will be involved in 
the nuuter planning of several 
large projects in Tidewater 
including the Green Run 
Planned Community, Indian 
Lakes Community and The 
Lakes. 

As project planno* in the 
firm's home office he will also 
be responsible for projects of 
the regional offices in Memphis, 
Tenn. and Orlando, Fla. 
Monahan will report directly to 
the firm's Planning Director, 
Bernard Harwig. 

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Mayor Robert B. CromweU Jr. becaike an honorary Scout 
during ceremonies at Monday's City Coancil meeting 
when Tommy Van Fossen of Cub Pack 409 |rfnned on the 
Universal Scouting Pin. Each councilman received a pin 
"H-onTFack 409 members. Mrs. Bettle Mbfleyrplbttr^ 
relations chairman of the PAVAB Scooting District, 
watches the ceremony. 

Merchants elect 



A lone bandit took an un- 
detrarmined amount of money in 
a Monday afternoon bank 
robbery despite an alarm being 
sounded as he entered tlie bank, 
and the arrival of police and 
FBI Agents within moments. 

Emfdoyees of the Coastal 
Bank, South Lynnhaven Road 
Mini-MaU, indicated they saw 
the suspect approaching the 
bank, with his face partially 
hiddoi by a chrocheted cap, 
and triggered a silent alarm 
system as hcentered the bank. 

Philip R. Sheridan, Special 
Agent In Charge, Norfolk FBI 
Office, said initial phases of 
police investigation was hin- 
dered due to conftision following 
the robbery. This included 
conflicting descriptions of the 
baiuUt, and reports of direction 
taken as he fled. 

Another hinderance in the 
investigation, according to 
Sheridan, was lack of the bank 
being equipped with automatic 
cameras which could have 
pbotogra^ed the auspect^ 
during the robbery. 



The bandit, described as a 
Negro male in his 20's, 5'9" to6' 
tall, of slender build, indicated 
he had a gun in his pocket. He 
ordered a wmnan teller to fiU a 
bag with all the bills in her cash 
drawer, then fled on foot. 

A cap believed the one he was 
wearing was found discarded 
near the bank. A coat, also 
believed worn by him during the 
robbery, was found discarded 
behind a store a few blocks f r(»n 
the scene. 



The agfipe Stngen 



The Agape Singers of Femim 
Cdlege, a group of 45 singers 
and instrumentalists, will 
perform an enlarged version of 
Otis Skillings' folk musical 
"Life and Love" Saturday at 8 
p.m. at Baylike Pines United 
Methodist Church. 

Selections wiU be Skillings' 
work, plus numbers from 
"Je sus Christ Superstar" and 
"GodspeU". 



Kenneth R. Perry, president 
of K & K Toys, has been elected 
president of the Retail Mer- 
chants Association serving 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach. 

Melvin Blassingham, Jr. of 
the firm of Whitehurst- 
Blassingham was elected first 
vice-president and Fleetwood 
M. Fries, Jr. of Rosso It 
Mastracco, Inc. was elected 
second vice-presidoit. 

Perry is a native of 
Louisburg, N.C. and has been a 
resident of Norfolk since 1934. 
In addition to serving as 
president of K & K Toys, which 
he founded in 1953, he also owns 
and manages the Perry 
Building and the Suburban Park 
Shopping Center at Wards 
Comer. 

Four new members were 
elected to the Board of Direc- 
tors of the Retail Merchants 
Association. They are: Melvin 
S. Barr of Barr Brothers 
Jewelers, Joseph DeCreny of G. 

E. X. Corp., G. Conoly Phillips 
of Phillips Mercury-Lincoln, 
Inc., and WiUiam T. Whitacre of 
J. C. Penney Company. 

Others elected to the bMird 
for two-year terms are: Hugh 
Brinkley, George H. Burton, 
James D. Cumutt, John R. 
Ford, Jdin H. Frater, Allan J. 
Goldberg, Richard D. 
Hofheimer, Irving B. Kline, J. 
Frank Malbon, Harry B. Price 
Jr., James H. Reel, Sr., George 
CBajd^ Edward B. R(we, John 

F. &nall, Jr., &tm J. Stem, 
Elbert Stewart, Willian S. 

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The first court test of 
requiring a liw entertainment 
use permit for businesses 
featuring topless go-go dancers 
ended Mtmday when City 
Council granted the permit 

The action involved the 
Matador Lounge, on Diamond 
Springi Road, which had a 
permit denied by Council last 
Novonber. 

Council's granting the pormit 
followed an order from Circdt 
Court Judge PUl^ L. Russo 
that the application be recon- 
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local agent In the Vlrgtsla 
Beach office of t|w State 
Farm lasarance C^ampaay. 



John Sinnen 
to Academy 



John R. Sinnen, a soiior at 
Kellam High School, has been 
accepted for wlmifflion 10 the 
Merchant Mariae Acadsmy in 
Kings Point, N.Y., as a no mine e 
of Rq>. G. WiHiam Whitehurst. 




Sinn«i ia a mftatar of ttie 
National Hmior Social, the 
Monogram Club, Kellam 
varttty footbtf aad baMball 
teems and is a merahcr of the 
Prince of Peace L^itberan 
Qnvch. He is ttie son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Dwaine L. Saaea of S. 
Plasa Troi TraU. 

SInaan «ffl r^ort la the 



Club news and Notes 

VB UNITED METHODIST 
CHURCH SERIES 

The Rev. Malcolm Yapit, pastor of St. Andrews United 
Mettiodlst Church, will be the guest preacher at the Sunday 
service of Virginia Beach United Methodist Church, March 4 at 
7:30 p.m. 

On March 18, the Rev. Emory Ellmore, pastor of f*rlncess 
Anne Charge, will preach. Architect Bill McClurg will make a 
presentation on Christian Witness Through Architecture on 
March IS. 

NWCA DAM NECK NO. 107 

NWCA Dam Neck No. 207 will meet March 1 at 9:30 a.m. at 
the Special Services Building. A nursery will be available and 
all enlisted military wives are Invited to attend. 
PA HIOH SCHOOL BOOSTER CLUB 

The Princess Anne High School Booster Club will hold iti 
monthly meeting March 7 at • p.m. in the school library. 

RUMMAOBSALE 

*;5t. Francis Episcopal Church will hold a rummage sate and 

bake sale March 3 at 9 a.m. ^t Howard's Market, 942 Virginia 

Beach Blvd., Scatack, unless inclement weather occurs. 

ARAOONAOAROBNCLUB 

Aragona Garden Club held a meeting at Haygood Methodist 
Church. Mrs. Robert WItherow and Mrs. A. Lynn Bisese were 
hostesses. 

Randy Jackson, VPl Extenslen horticulturist, was guest 
•speaiter. Ribbons for flower arrangements and horticulture 
w4n awarded. 

Mrs. James Coley^rs. A. Lynn Bisese, Mrs. Walter Brown 
and Mrs. jMoph Kelly JIttemted the flower show school In 
Hampton sponsored by the Federation of Garden Clubs In 
cooperation with VFl and State University. 
PA PLAZA •ARDIN CLUB 

Princess Anne Plata Garden Club held its 10th anniversary 
tea recsntty at the home of Mrs. Peter Wintars. Engraved 
silver charms were presented to the club's charter members. 

Tlie roBular meeting of the club was held at Plaza United 
MettioaM Qwrch. Mrs. William Boxiey gave a tatk on "Gar- 
dem tMitfer^GI^." Ribbons were a war de d Mi various 
cataoerles. 



Virginia Beach where he tpmt 
the last 18 months as a member 
of the Comprehensive Plannhig 
Division. While the City he 
developed the Princess Anne 
Comprehensive Plan, the study 
on Back Bay^ and False Cap 
Parit and has aartited ia the 
development of the Colm- 
prdiensive Zoning Plan for the 
entire city. 

Prior to joining the City of 
Virginia Beach he was em- 
ployed by the O'Neil Enter- 
prises of Charlottsville to 
handle site planning. Other 
previous experience includes 
working for the Planniiig 
Department at ttie Univovity of 
Virginia and serving as an air 
intelligence officer wiUi Uie U.S. 
Navy for 5 years. 

Monahan is a graduate of the 
University of Pennsylvania 
with a BA in ardiitecture and 
has completed higher education 
at Rhode Island S^kwI of 
Design and Uie University of 
Virginia from which he holds a 
masters degree in City Plan- 
ning. 

He is married, has two 
children and is living on Bray 
Road in Virginia Beach. 



Dredging 
appKcations 



The U.S. Army Corps of 
Jingineers has received three 
more requests for dreti^ging 
permits in Virginia Beach. 

W. .p. Munden and D. B. 
Munden plan to dredge a canal 
ttirou^ Back Bay nurshland 
off Muddy Creek Road, near 
Drum Point Road. 

J. William Diederich desires 
to dredge an access channel and 
boat basin, in addition to con- 
structing a bulkhead, in the 
Western Branch of ttie Lynn- 
haven River at ttie foot of Old 
SheU Road. 

An application from Danid D. 
Ddiart propoeea dredging of 
Brown Cove at ttie foot of HoUy 
Point Road, in rdatienship to 
consbruetion of a bulkhead and 
marginal wharf. 

Public sentiments on ttiese 
anilications should be sub- 
mitted in writing to the Corps 
District Office, in Norfolk, not 
later ttum March 28. 



ixtH 




filed suit last ^November on 
behalf of the Matador 
diallenging the requiring of a 
use permit. 

Last month Judge Russo 
overruled a motion from the 
City of Virginia Beach that ttie 
suit be dismissed. 

The permit was approvM on a 
vote of 7 to 3 on a motion from 
Councilman John A. Baum, 
seconded by J. Curtis Payne. 
Councilmen George R. Ferrell, 
Donald H. Rhodes, and Floyd E. 
Waterfield, Jr., cast negative 
votes. Councilman Dr. Cbirence 
A. Holland was absmt 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC, 
HEARING 

The Virginia Beach 
Planning Commission will 
hold a Public Hearing on 
Tuesday, March 13, 1973, at 
1:00 P.M. in the Council 
Chambers of the Ad- 
ministration Building, 
Princess Anne Courthouse, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The following applications 
wRI appear on the agenda: 
REFERRED BACK TO 
PLANNING COMMISSION 
BY CITY COUNCIL ON 
FEBRUARY 12, 1973: 

1. Application Of United 
Medical Associates, Ltd., 
for a USE PERMIT to 
construct a 100-t>ed con- 
valescent and extended 
care facility on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 670 feet more or less 
North of Wlldwood Drive, 
and 217 feet West of First 
Colonial Road, running a 
distance of 294.94 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 319.73 
feet along the Western,, 
property line, running a 
distance of 34S.99 feet along 
the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 
300 feet more or less along 
the eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.S 
Ares more or less. 
(General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
DEFERRED FOR 60 
DAYS BY PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON 
JANUARY U, 1973: 

2. Application of Harvey 
V. Cole for a USE PERMIT 
to operate trailer sales and 
service on certain property 
located at Lynn Shores 
Drive and Bonney Road, 
running a distance of 225 
feet more or less along the 
North side of Bonney Road, 
running a distance of 170 
feet along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 220 feet along 
the Northern property line 
(Norfolk and Southern 
«altway Right of Way), 
and running a distance of 
220 feet mere or less along 
the Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 1.0 
acre more or less. (Thalia 
Village Area). KEM^S- 
VILLE BOROUGH. » 

3. James Proferes 
Change of toning from R-1 
to M-H across from 
Maryland Avenue running 
210 ft. along ttie East side of 
Arctic AvlHtue. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 
REGULAR AGENDA: 

4. Appllcatlen of Jack H. 
Harris and Albert Lee 
Bonney. jr.. for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 

fr^JieaMence Iti B Mra an 
District 3 (R S I) to 



Multiple Family Residence 
District (R M) and a USE 
PERMIT to ceirstruct 150 
townhouses and apart- 
ments on certain property 
located South of Princess 
Anne Road at Southern 
extremity of Forest Street: 
Parcel 1: Beginning at a 
point at the Southern ex- 
tremity of Forest Shrtet 
and running a distance of 
471.57 feet along the 
Northern property line of 
wnicn ziD FBOT morvorioss 
Is the South side of Prin- 
cess Anne Road, running a 
distancrof 94t.96 feet along 
the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 413 
feet alofw the Southern 
property line and running a 
distance of 720 feet more or 
less along the Western 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 7.44 acres more or 
less. 

Parcel 2: Beginning at a 
point 345 feet more or less 
East Of Forest Shreet. and 
running a distance of 200 
feet along the South side of 
Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 769.12 
feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 110.61 feet along 
the Southern property line 
and running a distance of 
773.96 feet along the 
Western property line. Said 
parcel contains 3.372 acres. 
Parcel 3: On certain 
property beginning at a 
point 749.12 feet South of 
Princeu Anne Road and 
beginning at a point 56.S5 
feet North of the Western 
extremity of Ravenswood 
Road, running a distance of 
50 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 1S0.23 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 50.07 
feet along the Western 
property line and running a 
distance of 178.95 feet along 
the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 0.201 
acres. Plats with more 
detailed informatitm ar* 
available in the Depart- 
ment of Planning. (Kemps- 
vHle Parkway-Kempsville 
Manor Areas). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 
Change of Zoning deferred 
by Planning Commission 
for 60 days on January 16, 
1973. 

5. Application of Helen 
Lee DeFord for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 4 (RS 4) to 
General Commercial 
District. 3 (C-G 3) on cer- 
tain property beginning at 
a point 1075 feet more or 
less North of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, and 
across from Baker Road, 
running a distance of 954.31 
feet along the East side of 
Newtown Road, running a 
distance' of iin.iQ 
along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 597.03 feet along 
the Eastern property line, 
running a distance of 
U26.82 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 31.328 
acres. (Lake Edward West- 
Newsome Farm Areas). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

6. Application of Bonnie 
Be Lo Markets, Inc.-Profit 
Sharing Plan for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence Duplex 
District 2 (R-D 2) with a 
Motel and Tourist (T-1) 
Supplement to. LiroJted- 



Commercial District l (C-L 
1) on certain property 
located on the North side of 
Cape Henry Drive between 
Sea Shell Road and Red 
Tide Road, running a 
distance of 300.94 feet along 
the North side of Cape 
Xenry Drive, running a 
distance of 170.06 feet along 
the West side of Red Tide 
Road, running a distance of 
300 feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 193.76 feet along 
the East side of Sea Shell 
Road. Said parcel is known 
as Lots 7 through 14, In- 
clusive, Block M, Plat of 
Lynnhaven Beach and 
Pfrk Co. as shown in Map 
Book 5, Page 71, and 
contains 1.25 acres more or 
less. (Lynnhaven Colony 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

7. Application of Lynn- 
haven Restaurant In- 
corporated T-A Lynnhaven 
Lounge for a USE PERMIT 
for dancing with live en- 
tertainment on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 200 feet more or less 
North of Lee Highlands 
Itoulevard and On the West 
side of South Lynnhaven 
Road located in me South 
Lynnhaven Mini Mall. 
Plats with more detailed 
Information are available 
In the Department of 
Planning. (South Lynn- 
haven Mini Mall Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

8. Application of Herbert 
D. Smith by Owen B. 
Pickett, Attorney, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence SulHirt>«i 
District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Generat industrial District 
3 (Ml 3) on certain 
property located on the 
North side of Potters Road 
beginning at a point 120.33 
feet West of London Bridge 
Road, running a distance of 
270.76 feet along the 
Southern property line of 
which 116.88 feet Is the 
North side of Potters Road, 
running a distance of 705.39 
Mt along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 406.89 feet along 
the Nortttem proporty line 
and running a distance of 
705.47 feet along the 
Eastern ^nperty INie. Said 
pardil is known as Lots U. 
n. 39 and 40, Plat of 
London Bridge Plan of Lots 
and rantahis 4.07 acres. 
(London Bridge Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

9. Appiicatfen of pme 
Shores Apartments for a 
use ^CRMtT to erect two 



4-foot by 8-foot signboards 
on certain property located 
on the North side of Shore 
Drive and 420 feet more or 
less East of Pleasure 
House Road. Said parcel Is 
currently zoned Limited 
Commercial District 2 (C-L 
2). (Bradford Terrace-Pine 
Shores Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

lO.Applicatlon of Robert 
L. Barnes for a USE 
PERMIT (Special - pur- 
-aoant4oXlty Xo«IH5.IIlo„ 
keep two calves on certain 
property focated-on the 
West side of ' Kempsville 
Road beginning at a point 
2400 feet more or less South 
of Centerville Turnpike and 
running a distance of 100.33 
feet along the Eastern 
property lineof which 15.33 
feet is the west side of 
Kempsville Road, running 
a distance of 762.01 feet 
along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 100 feet along 
the Western propeirty line 
and running a distance of 
779.01 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 1.26 
acres more or less and is 
known as 2017 Kempsville 
Road. (Woods Corner 
Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

11. Application of Powell 
and Huntley, Inc., for a 
USE PERMIT to construct 
155 townhouses on certain 
property located on the 
East side of College Park 
Boulevard, beginning at a 
point 132.49 feet South of 
Colby Way and 132.19 feet 
North of Chestnut Hill 
Road, running a distance of 
873.93 feet along the East 
side of College Park 
Boulevard, running a 
distance of 636.21 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 
1121.22 feet along the 
Eastern property line and 
running a distance of 396.17 
feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 13.91 acres. 
(College Park Area). 

K EMfiSSL ILLE fl0R- - 
OUGH. 

12. Application of Carroll 
F. Danforth and Josephine 
D. Danforth for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Residence Duplex District 

2 (R-D 2) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 93.48 feet North of 
Maryland Court, running a 
distance of 188.77 feet along 
the West side of South 
Surfside Avenue, running a 
distance of 371.94 feet along 
the Northwestern property 
line (Lake Christine) and 
running a distance of 320.47 
feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 

lown ^s Lot 11, Sub- 
division of Parcel 14, stock 
32> Croatan Beach, and is 
triangutar in shape. 
(Croatan Beach Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

13. Application of Brooks 
Warehouse Corporation for 
a CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Limited Commercial 
District 2 (C-L 2) to 
General industrial District 

3 (Ml 3) on certain 
property located on the 
West side of Diamond 
Springs Road beginning at 
a point 185 feet more or less 
South of Haden Road, 
running a distance of 463.32 
feet along the West side of 



Diamond Springs Road, 
running a distance of 413 
feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 9S((;|eet more or 
less along the Western 
property line (Lake White- 
burst), running a distance 
of 385.95 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 4.3 
acres more or less. (Air- 
port Industrial Park- 
Diamond Springs Homes 
Area) . BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. . 

14. Application of Frank 
P. Grier for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Commercial 
District) (C LI) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 300 feet more or less 
West of Kempsville Road, 
and 300 feet more or less 
South of Indian River 
Road, running a distance of 
300 feet more or less along 
the Southern property line, 
running a distance of 515 
feet more or less along the 
Western property line, 
running a distance of 110 
feet more or less along the 
Northern propm;^ty line am} 
running a distance of 520 
feet mere or less alonp the 
Eastern property tine. 
( Bonney 's Corner Area). 
KEMPSVILLE JOR- 
OUGH. 

15. Application of Henry 
J. Bailey and Betty L. 
Bailey by Grover C. 
Wright, Jr., Attorney, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Limited Commercial 
DIshrict 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property located at the 
Northwest Intersection of 
Newtown Road. Haygood 
Road and Sullivan 
Boulevard, running a 
distance of 141 feet more or 
less along the North sMe of 
Newtown Read, running a 
distance of 14ff feet more or 
less along the West sMe of 
Hfygood Road, running a 
distance of 293.15 feet along 
nie NortiMm property line. 
Mid runnine • distance of 
218 feet mere or loM along 
the Western property line. 
Said parcel is known as 
1061 Newtown Road and 
contains 1.22 acres. 
(Aragona Village Aree). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

16. Applicetlen el J.D. 
Baker for a USE PERMIT 
le Mable two horses en 
^rtMn p r op ert y lontaa on 
Nie NorNi sMe of iser- 
wendy Avenue b e gi nning 
at a paint Stt.S feet mere or 



less East of Avfion 
Avenue, running a diiWnce 
of 249.6 feet along the North 
side of Normandy Avenue, 
running a distance of 965.4 
feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 190 feet more or 
less along the Northern 
property line (Eastern 
Branch of Elizabeth River) 
and running a distance of 
879.86 feet along the 
Western property line. Said 
^parcel Is knowBLll Perlof 
Tract 16. Avalon Terrace 
and contains 4.65 acres 
more or less, (Avalon 
Terrace Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

17. Application Of Hauell 
E. Perrell for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Duplex District 
1 (R-D 1) to Multiple 
Family Residence District 
(RM) and a USE PERMIT- 
to construct 88 apartment 
units on certain property 
located on the East side of 
Pleasure House Road 
beginning at a point 400 feet 
more or less South of North 
Greenwell Road, and 
across from Old Harris 
Lane, running a distance of 
273.25 feet along the East 
side of Pleasure House 
Road, running a distance of 
768 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 273.25 feet along 
the Eastern property line 
and running a distance of 
768 feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 4.8 acres. 
(Bradford Terrace Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

18. Application of Hassell 
E. Perrell for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R-S 4) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
District (R-M) and a USE 
PERMIT to construct 24 
additional apartment units, 
totaling 66 units on certaht 
property beginning at a 
point 850 feet more or less 
North of Shore Drive at Old 
Harris Lane and (the West 
side of) Pleasure House 
Road: 

Parcel 1: Change of 
zoning from R-S 4 to R-M: 
Beginning at a point 480 
feet West of Pleasure 
House Road, at Old Harris 
Lane and 850 feet more or 
less North of Shore Drive, 
running a distance of 323 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line, 
running a distance of 122 
feet along the Western 
. property line, and running 
a distance of 375 feet along 
the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 
270 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 1.025 acres.^ 

Parcel 2: Use PeifiifTt to 
construct 24 additional 
apartment unit*, totaling 
66 units on certain property 
beginning at a point 850 feet 
more or less North of Shore 
Drive at Old Harris Lane 
and running a distance of 
250 feet along the West side 
of Pleasure House Road, 
running a distance of 805 
feet more or less along the 
Southern property line (Old 
Harris Lane), running a 
distance of 122 feet along 
the Western property line 
and running a distance of 
875 feet along the Northern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 4.5 acres more or 
less. (Chesapeake Beach- 
Bradford Terrace Areas). 
TSYSIDE BOROUGH. 

19. Application of Harvey 
W. Ginn by Andrew S. Fine, 
Attorney, for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from Multiple 
Family Residence District 
(R-3)' and Retail Business 
District (B-1) to General 
Business District (B-2) and 
a USE PERMIT for the 
dispensing of gasoline 
(proposed Tinee Giant) on 
certain property located on 
the Southwest corner of 
Norfolk Avenue and 
Cypress Avenue. 

Parcel 1: Change of 
zoning from R-3 and B-1 to 
B-2: On certain property 
located at the Southwest 
corner of Cypress Avenue 
and Norfolk , Avenue, 
running a distance of 70.23 
feet along the West side of 
Cypress Avenue, running a 
distance of 223.70 feet along 
the Northern property line 
of which 133.70 feet Is the 
South side of Norfolk 
Avenue and 90 feet is the 
South side of unimproved 
street (formerly I4th 
Street), running a distance 
of 100 feef along the 
Western profterty line and 
running a distance of 210- 
feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcef 
is known as Lots 2. 4, 6, 8. 
10. 12. and 14, Block 52. 
Shadow Lawn Heights and 
contains 0.45 acres more or 
less. 

Parcel 2: Use Permit for 
dispensing of gasoline 
(proposed Tinee Giant) : 
On certain property 
located on the Southwest 
comer of Cypress Avenue 
and Norfolk Avenue, 
running a distance of 70.23 
feet along the West side of 
Cypress Avenue, running a 
distance of m.63 feet along 
the South side of Norfolk 
Avenue, running a distance 
of - 100 feet along the 
Western property line and 
rwining a distance of 120 
feet atong me Southern 
property line, Said^parcel 
is known as Lots 2, 4%and 
8, Block 52, Shadow Lawn 
Heights and contains 10,300 
s^iare feet more or lets. 
(Shadow Lawn Heights 
Area). VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 

}0. Application of Joseph 
V. Andersen for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R S 4) te 
Limited Commercial 
Cilstrlct 3 (C-L Den certain 
property located an the 
South sMe of Prtacaas Mine 
Road besmntna at a peint 
fnw or less W e al 




of Ktmpiviiit nu4. 

running i tflHanctof H1.H 
(Mt •lens Mt* NortHtrn 
Braetrty lint of which 
m.i\ fNt It tht South ildt 
of PrIncoM Annt Road, 
running • dlitincaof ast.7i 
ftit oleng th* iatftrn 
#roi»f^-Hf»07 ftnwlnf • 
(iiitanct el mil fMt arenf 
tht Southern preptrty lint 
(Ntrfelk and Southtrn 
Rtiiread Right cf Way) 
and running a dlitanct of 
701.90 fttt along tht 
Wtitflrn proptrty lint. Said 
irctl eentain* i.ui acrti. 
lempivlilf - Fairfitid, 
I Artit). KEMPS- 
bUe tOROUOH. 
' t\. Application of Waikt 
Farm Aitoc, for a 
CHAflOl OP ZONINO 
fretVt Rural Rtiidtnct 
Dlitrlct (RR 1) to 
Rtiidtnct Suburban 
DI|trlct3(R'S3)encartaln 
proptrty locattd on tht 
North Ildt of Wlihtrt Road 
i«.roii from Donation 
Driva. running a diitanct 
of 1400 fttt mort or itii 
along the North lida of 
Wlihart Road, running a 
dlitanca of 171S fttt mort 
or laii along tht Wtittrn 
proptrty iint, running a 
dlitanct of 750 fttt mort or 
(•II along ttit Northtrn 
proptrty lint and ruf^ning a 
dlitanct of 2133 fttt mort 
or itii along tht Etittrn 
tiroptrty lint. Piatt with 
riiort dttailtd information 
lift availablt in tht 
Otpartmtnt of Planning. 
Said parcti containt 45 
acroi mora or Itti. (Witch- 
diick Point Arta). BAY- 
SIDE BOROUGH. 

IJ. Application of Marlon 
R. Ennii for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Rttfdtnct Oupiax Dlitrlct 
2 (R-D 2) to LImittd 
Commtrclal Dlitrlct 3 (C-L 
3) on ctrtain proptrty 
locattd at tht Northweit 
^xorntr of Hilltop Road and 
Laskin Road running a 
distance of 101 .60 feet along 
the Weit tide of Hilltop 
Road, running a distance of 
,114.93 fttt along the North 
ttdt of ' Laikin Road, 
running a dittance of 110.43 
feet along the Weittrn 
property line and running a 
distance of 105.76 feet along 
the Northern property line. 
Said parcel is known at Lot 
6. Block X, Hilltop Manor. 
(Hilltop Manor Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

23. Application of 
Virginia Beach Racqutt 

^ and Swim Club, Inc., for a 
USE PERMIT to optratt a 
recreational area (ttnnli 
and twim club) on ctrtain 

-proptrty lo^ettd on th4l^ 
North tidt of Kline Drive 
.between Harris Road and 
Wattrttdgt Road running 
9 dittance of 483.48 fttt 
along the West side of 
Waterttdgt Road, running 
a diitanct of 530.50 fttt 
along the North tide of 
Kline Drive, running a 
dittance of 483.48 fttt along 
tht Eait Ildt of Harrli 
' Road and running a 
distanct of 530. 50 fttt along 
the Northern property line. 
Said parcel contain! 5.9 
•crti more or leii. 
(Lynnwpod - Lynndaie 
Ettatei Areei). LYNN- 

_ HAVEN BOROUGH. 

24. Application of Warnle 
E. Conley for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Retldence Duplex Dlitrlct 
2 (R D 2) to Multiple 
Family Retldence Dlitrlct 
(RM) on ctrtain proptrty 
btginn Ing at a point 652 fttt 
mort or ttii North of Shipi 
Corntr Road, running a 
dlitanct of U6.7 fttt along 
the Wett side of Holland 
fioad, running a dittance of 
1471,57 feet along the 
Northern proptrty iint, 
running a diitanct of 170.39 
fttt along the Wtittrn 
property lint and running a 
distance of 1356.16 feet 
along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 5.05 acrai. (Shipi 
Corner Arte). PRINCESS 

'i^NNE BOROUGH. 

j$. Application of 
(^hrytiar Rtaity Cor- 

• pofatlon by H. Calvin 

■ Spain, Attorney, for a USE. 
PERMIT to optratt a ntw' 

' car talti end itrvict on 

Ctrtain property lecated on 

■tht Southteit corner of 

Virginia Beech Boulevard 

' ind Stvtnth Strttt (Plat of 
Sunnybrook) running a 
dfitanct of 435 fttt along 
tht South tide of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, running 
a dlitence ef 111 feet along 
tht Eeit itde of Stvtnth 
Strttt, running a diitanct 
■of 425 ftet along tht 
southtrn proptrty lint, and 
running a dlitanct of 511 
ft^t along tht Eaitern 
pi^cfptrty line, leid percel 
it kriown at Uoti 1 through 
17 ind 23 through 39 (Block 
3J, Plat of Sunnybrook), 
and centalni i terti mort 
er leii. (Sunnybrook 
Aree). BAYSIDI tOR- 

Plat! wifti mv detelled 
informetlen en the obeve 
tpptlceflene ere evelleble 
In the Deportment of City 
plennlng. 

All Intereattd perienic 
•re inwlte^ * ttttN. 

* CMriM C. Cirrl«|}e« 
Director el Rlwtnlng 



NOTICI 

Virginia i ^, ^ 

Tilt regular mtttlng of 
the Ceunell of the City ef 
Virginia Beech will be held 
In the council Chamberi of 
the Adminlif'-ofltf 
BulidIM' C«»V. «•"' 
Princeti *««• •to*'*"' 
Virginia B^fh, VlrBlnl|. 
en Mengey, Wereh »♦, IWI, 

Wie iRlMwTni eppiieef'wi 
will fee heeri; 
HiMPIVW^Wi tOROUGM 
1. <^Bii«Btiet» e« Fair 
Weld Dtvetepmeiit Cer- 



RIRMIT ftr • eeweie 
pumRlitfl ititifn tn cfrtBm 
prfHrfy IfCBtMl I1M fMf 
mere er lets NtrMt ef 
Providence Re«# iN l«M 
feet mere er leei west ef 
Lord DuNintere Drive ee 
the weit tide ef ■eiiiice 
Court (PreBeie#4 ^e 
Parcel A, Heck II. Pilr- 
field, iectlen lliht, 
(P^lrfleli Arw). KIMPS- 
VIUtR ROROUOH. 

I. AMiicatitft of Nenni, 
Celieit. W*Tt1i#f aM Ciark 
fer a CHANOI OP 



ZONING fram MultlRie 
Family ResltfetKe District 
(R-M) ta Umltatf Com- 
mofciel District 3 (CU )) 
w certain praperty 
beglnniM at a paint 710 feet 
rie 



mere ar Thi WHt of leuth 
Plata Trait and runnlni a 
dittance of ill fMt mere er 
loM alang the North lide ef 
Hollend Road, runninf a 
dittance of 1110 feet mart 
or leii a lent tite Woitern 
prepcrti^ limr rwininf a c 
dnteftta ef III feat mare er^-^ 
itti eleng the Northern 
property line end running a 
dlitance ef IIM feet mort 
or leu eleng the laitern 
property tine, laid percti 
conteini 13.SS4 acret. 
(Windier OakiWeet Aree). 
KEMPIVIULf BOR- 

oyoH. 

i. Appllcetion of Ttt 
Corp., for e USi PERMIT 
to conitruct 361 epertment 
uniti on certain property 
beginning tt a point ISO fttt 
mort or itM Rait of Thelle 
Reed, running a dlitance of 
540.26 fttt elong tht 
Northtrn property line tf 
which 361.16 fttt It tht 
South tidt of Bonney Reed, 
running a dittance of 
1921.20 feet along tht 
Eatttrn proptrty lint, 
running a dlitanct of 544.24 
fttt along tht Southern 
property line and running a 
dittance of 1800.48 feet 
along the Wettern property 
tine. Said parc el cente l n i^ 
20.615 acrai. (Thalia 
Village Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

4. Application of Sav-A' 
Ton, inc., for a USE 
PERMIT to Operate a 
gaiollne tuppiy ttatlon 
(lelf-iervlce) on certain 
property located at the 
Southeait corner of 
Diamond Sprlngt Road and 
Haden Road, running a 
dittance of 187 feet along 
the South tide of Haden 
Road, running a dlitance ef 
100 feet along the Eatt tide 
of Diemond Sprlngt Road, 
running a dittance of 187 
feet elong the Southern 
property line end running e 
5iiwf«rfnWTWt elong 
the Eettern property line. 
Said parcel conteini 0.426 
acre. (Diamond Sprlngt 
Arte). BAYSI DE 
BOROUGH. 

5. Appllcetion of Gertei 
Conttructlon Corporetion 
for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Retldence 
Suburban Dlitrlct 4 (RS 4) 
to Multiple Family 
Retldence Dlitrlct (R M) 
and a USE PERMIT to 
conitruct 36 townhouiei on 
certein property leceted on 
the Southwait corner of 
Pleeture Houte Road and 
Brigadoon Drive running a 
dlitance of 200 feet elong 
the Wett tide of Pleeture 
Houte Reed, running e 
dlitenee of 435.40 feet elong 
the South tide of Brigedoon 
Drive, running e dlitance 
^of 200 feet elong the 
'wtttern property line 
and running e diitence 
of 4)5.60 fee^ eTeng 
tht South tidt ef tempi 
Southarn property line. 
Said parcel It known ei 
Loft 17 end II. Baytlde 
Corporation, and conteini 3 
acrti. (Bradford Ttrrace 
Arte). BAYIID^ 
BOROUGH. 

6. Application of Davli 
Corner Motort by Gerald 
E. Snyder for e CHANGE 
OF ZONING from Limited 
CommercleiOiitrictl(C-l. 
3) tr General Cemmerdai 
Dlitrlct 3 (CO 3) end e 
USE PERMIT for uiedcer 
lelea end lervlce en cer- 
tain property beflnning at 
a point ISO feet mere or less 
Wett of Devie itrtet. 
running e dlitance ef U 
feet along the North iHt ef 
Virginia Beach Dagiavard. 
njimRiye Ciitano'af aos.li 
feet eleng th^~ Eettern 
property line, running a 
dlitance of 11.13 feet elanf 
the Northern prMorty line 
and running a dlitanct ef 



617,63 feet eiani the 
Eeitern property line, laid 
parcel li known ei Let II. 
Milburn Maner and can- 
leini 1.131 acrea man or 
rail. (Mllhurn Manor- 
Devil Corner Areai). 
BAYIIDI tOROUOH. 

7. Appllcatlan ef John 
Copeiend, Inc. fer a 
CHANGE OP ZONINO 
from Limited Cemmerclei 
Dlitrlct 3 (CL 3) to 
Oenerel Commercial 
Dlitrlct 3 (CG I) and a 
Ull PIRMIT f^ ne«^ 
eutenfiefeile laiai an« 
eenrteeeit- etrfwilt yrvvvrfv 
located at the Nai^aaat 
cerner •< Virginia •each, 
Beuleverd end OreenfelP 
Avenue, runninf a dlitance 
^ tM.i4 loot aienf the 
North ilde of VIrflnia 
Beech Beuievartl. rwinlnf 
a diitanct ef msi taat . 
t"~'i the laM iMe el 
•M Avtni«, runnli^ 
a uikiu 'Ct Cf 2S0 fttt aleiM * 
tht South ilde of treai 
strttt and running a 
dlitanct ef 460.11 feet elenf 
tht iettern pr^erty line. 
laid parcel It known ei 
Let! 1 tiirwgh il, pert of 
Let 19, all e« Lett 33 
threuih M M« Mrt ef Let 
41, Block II, Plat el Euclid 
•Piece. Ifli parcel tenttini 

Araci). •aV»49I 
BOROUGH. 

1. At^lttt^ Of M^ln 
|.^Mk«l^aTMAMCIOP 



c^nm 



gONiNO from Rural 
RgaKence District (R-R 1) 
and Reildenca luhurhen 
Dlitrlct 3 (Rl 3). te 
Reilience tuburhen 
Dlitrlct I (Rll). Multiple 
Pamlly Reildence Diatrlet 
(RM) end LIfnItei 
fiUBfMrelil I'lJ^imfii- 
S) and a Uli permit to 
canitruct fO lintie family 
eluiter unlti ihMvnhawui) 
en ctrtain prtierty 
iMiinning et a paint Tie feet 
mare or leii Weit ef 
Haytaad Raatf. running a 
«lifanaa af IN faet mere er 
leu an the Narth il«e ef 
Newlawn RNG. aeun^ei 
en the West By Rayiirie 
Junior Hifh Bcheel and 
beunded en the ieit and 
Narth By Lake Imlth. 

Parcel V. Chenfo ef 
laning Iren^ Ri 3 end r-r 
1 te Rll: 171 aerei mere 
er IMI. 

Percel I'. Chente of 
lenlng from Rl 3 te C-L 3: 
..Macrei. 

;. .Parcel 3: Chengo of 
loning from R 1 3 end RR 
1 te RM: II acrn. 

Parcel 4: Chenge ef 
lenlng from R-S 3 end R-R 
1 to R -Mend a Uie Permit 
to conitruct 90 lingle 
femlly cluster unlti 
(townhouiei); 37.4 ecroi. 
Plots with mere detelled 
infermetlen are availablt 
In tht Otpertment of City 
Planning. (Bayilde Junior 
High School Arte), 
BAYtlOE BOROUGH. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 
9. Appllcetion of John M. 
Wright by Henry Morgen 
for e CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Rtiidtnct 
Suburban Dlitrlct 4 (R-S 4) 
to LImittd Commtrclal 
Dlitrlct 3 (CD) on ctrtain 
property loceted et the 
Northweit corntr of 
Plymouth Lane and Laurel 
Lent, running a dittance of 
112.59 feet along the North 
tide of Laurel Lane, run- 

nlng a d litance of JH feat 

along the Wett tide of 
Plymouth Lane, running a 
dlitenct of 110 fttt along 
. tht Northtrn proptrty line 
and running a dittance of 
71 feet along the Wettern 
property line. Said parcel 
.It known at Lot 147, Plat of 
Laurel Manor and contains 
7770 sqiiare feet more or 
lest. (Laurel Manor Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

10. Application of Ber- 
nard Jaffee for a USE 
PERMIT to conitruct a 
ttwagt pumping ttetlon on 
certein property leceted on. 
tht South tide of Ltnrtpi 
Avtnut Extended begin- 
ning at a point 640 feet 
mere er leu Eatt of Caren 

Brty*. »e!0 Pf '■^•f^ 
deilgnated at 75 feet by 75 
feet. (Birchwood Gerdtnt 
Arte). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH, 

11. Application of Short 
Drivt Alloc, for a USE 
PERMIT to conitruct 492 
metal condominium 
apartments en certain 
property loceted on the 
North tide of Shore Drive 
beginning at a point 3 feet 
more er leu Eatt ef North 
Greet Neck Read, running 
a dlitance of 1085 feet mere 
er leu elong the Southern 
property line ef which 935 
feet more or leu it the 
North tide of Shore Drive, 
running e diitence of 643.64 
fttt along tht Eatttrn 
property iint, running a 
dlitanct at 963.54 ftet along 
tht Northern property lint 
and running a dittance of 
7S3 fett elong the Wtittrn 
property lint of which 215 
feet It the Eatt tide ef 
North Great Neck Road 
EKtended. Said parcel 
centalni ill ecrti mort or 
Itti. (Stavitw Btach 
Arte). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH 

13. Application of Buih 
Conttructlon Co. end 
Creier Lend end 
Dtvelopment Co., for a 
USB PERMIT te canitruct 
a sewaf a pumping statien 
«t certain prpperty lacattd 
1300 feet mere or Itai South 
of Herper Read and 3)00 
feet mere or Itti Wtit of 
Oceana Boulevard, laid 
parcel la M feet along tht 
Nerthern property line, 10 
feat elong the leitern 
preperty lint, 96 feet eleng 
the Southern preperty line 
and 40 feet along the 
Wwtern preperty line end 
is te lervlce Herper leuare 
end DerPv Run, (Oceena 
Naval Air Itatien Area). 
PRINCEII ANNE 
BOROUGH. 
Richard J. wePben 
City Clerk 

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COMMONWBAI.TH DP 

VIRGINIA r 
In the Clerk's Office of 
theClrcultCeurtel the City 
el VIrflnia teech, en the 
3Ut dey el February, 1973. 
Chariene Afkini Poole, 
RJalntm. 
efamet 

Raymond Wliburn Poole, 
Jr., Ddendant. 

^••ROP 
PUIklCATION 
The ehlect el thia suit ii 
ta of tajp a divarce • meme 
at MierP h«m tlte laid 
defendant upon the 
frewndi al deiermn. 

iknd an allidavii heving 
been mife and filed that 
Me delendent ii e nen- 
realdwt of the itote of 
VIrflnia, the lait knewn 

f»if alllce aMreM Ning: 
gwte 1, Crui Plein, 
TennMiee 37049. 

It It ordered thet 
he do eppeer htrt 
within efttr dut 
RUbilcatlan hertef, end do 
what may f • necoMory te 
pratKt hii inttroat m thia 
lult. 

Ac^V'Teite; 

j^n V, Pentreai, Clerk 

f y: J. Curtie Pruil. Deputy 

Ciyk . , 

0*ven. Gw. mtedw ■ BeH. 



Ill indepondence 
faulavard 

VIrflnia Beach, Virflnla 
8-t,l.1l,ll-4t 

eOMMONWBALTH OP 

VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office ei 
the C ir c u it C aurfl the^Clty^- 
el Virglnie Beach, en the 
Nth day ef Pebruery, 1973, 
Jamei Lutrell Rlcherdian. 
PlalntlH, 
aealnit 

Virginia P. Panneil 
Rlcherdian, Oefendent. 
ORDBBOR 
PUBI.ICATION 
Theeh^ectef thiiiult ii 
te obtain a divarce e vin- 
culo matrlmanll from the 
•eld defendent upon the 
greundi el two yeeri 
•eperetien. 

And an affldevit heving 
been mode end filed thet 
the defendent It e non- 
retldont ef the Stete of 
Virginia, the leit known 
pott off let eddreii being : 
939 Coeit Bouitvard, 
Lalela, Callfornio. 

It II ordered 

that ihl do appeer 
here within ten (10) deyt 
efter due publication 
htrtof , end do what may be 
ntctiiery to protect her 
inttrtit in thli tult, 

Acopy Ttitf. 
John V. Ftntrtii, CItrk 
By: J.CurtilFrult, Dtputy 
Citrk. 

Brydgti, Broyiti 1. 
McKtnry, p.q. 
1369 Laikin Road 
Virginia Btach, Virginia 
3-1,8,15,22 41 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIRGINIA 

In tht Citrk't Offict of 
tht Circuit Court of tht City 
of Virginia Btach, on tht 
23rd day of Ftbruary, 1973. 
Ptttr F. Buono, Plaintiff, 
againit 

Juanlta Buono, Dtftndant. 
ORDRROP 
PUBtlCAT+ON 

The object of thit tuit it 
to obtaJn a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant upon the 
groundt of detertlon. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence hat been uied 
by or In behalf of the 
complainant to ascertain in 
what county or corporation 
the defendant, Juanlta 
Buono, it residing, but 
without effect, the last 
known post office addreti 
being: 605 Bishop Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

it Is ordered that the do 
appear here within ten (10) 
dayt after due publication 
htrtof, and do what may bt 
nietiiery to pcBtecr-iTtr 
Inttrttt In thit suit. 

Acopy TtStt: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Bathara A Hubbard, p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 

31,8,15,2241 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerh't Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
23rd day of February, 1973. 
Stephen Howard Walker, 
Plaintiff, 
againit " 

Linda Diane Walktr, 
Dtftndant. 

ORDRROP 
PUBLICATION 

Tht obltct of thit tuit is 
to obtain a divorct a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
into a decree of divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said dtftndant upon the 
grounds of desertion at of 
September 12, 1972, or a 
divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii on the ground! 
of adultery at the evidence 
mty diicloit. 

And an affidavit having 
bttn madt and filed 
thet the defendent dut 
dlliigtnct hat been 
uied by er in behelf of tht 
cempleinentto atcertein in 
which City er County the 
defendent li without effect, 
the iait known pott office 
addrni being: 1311 Pine 
Cone Circle, Apt, 101, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
It II ordered that the do 
appear htrt within ttn (10) 
dayi efttr dut publication 
htrtof. and do what may bt 
ntctiiery to protect her 
Intereit in thit tult, 

Acopy-Toite: 
johnV.Pentreia, Clerk 
By; J. Curtii Pruit, Deputy 
Clerk, " A ^ 
Boyce A Spenouili. p.R. 
1QS N, Pleia Trail 
Virginia Beech, Virglnie 
)-1,l,H.33-4t 

6#IM0N1MBAI.TH OP 
VIBGINIA 

In the Clerk'i Office of 
theClreultCourtbf the City 
of Virglnie Beach, on tht 
33rd dey of February, 1973. 
David RIcherd Brown, 
PlelntlH, 
egainit 

Peulette Brown, Defen- 
dant, 

ORDRROP 
PUBLICATION 

The ehteet ef thie euit it 
to ebtein e divorce e vin- 
culo metrlmenll from the 
•eld deloftfont upon the 
greundi el tweyeer 
uperetlen ei prevIM^ in 
Mie Cede ef virflnla. ifM, 
at emendef. 

And an afflde«»it heving 
been mode end filed thet 
the defeirtant it e nen- 
rwident of the Stete of 
Virflnle. the ieit knewn 
peif ellice oMrgaa being: 
301 leuth J^wian Itreet, 
Urbane, llilneli. 

It It ordered that 
tht dc aeettr hen 
within tn (10) dayi 
after out publication 
hereof, and do whai mey fe 
necmary to (detect her 
inter eet in thit nHti 

Ac^v-Tette: 
j^nV.PentrMe, Clerk 
By: J. Cwrtli Pruit, D^yty 
ciepk. 



Underwood. Byrd, Dins 
m9Tt A Event 
4630 Haygeod Road 
Virginia Beech. Virginia 
3 1,8,15,22 4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIBGINIA 
r^leiMtH O f fic e o f 



'jrouitdb Of tiavtng lived 
separait) and apart without 
any cohabitation and 
without i/tterruptlon for 
more ttian two years. 

And an aftidavH having 
6een made and filed that 
duedlitflencc tias been used 
by or in behalf of the 



the Circuit Court of the Cily 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

31tf day of February, 1973 

Richard E. Liienby, 

Plaintiff, 

agelntt 

Valerie D. Liienby, 

Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The obiecl of thit suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit havir# 
been made and filed ttiat 
the defendant is a non 
rtiident of the State ot 
Virglnie, tht lait known 
pott offict address being 
No. 40 4th Avenue, New 
London, Connecticuit 
06320. 

it is ordered that si^e 
do appear here within ten 
(10) days after dut 
publication hereof, ana do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest In n!i<. 
tult. 

Acopy Test f 
John V. Fentress, Clen 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Cox, Cox & Cox 
I 1518 Atlantic Avenue 
Virginia fleacfi, Virym ,i 
3 1,8,lb.VV .:• 

COMMONWEALTH (■ 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Ofii.. 
the Circuit Court of 'h.; ; ). 
of Virginia Beach, on u .- 
20th day of February, 19/ • 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Julia Harper M>ib 
Plaintiff, 

apaiatK „ 

William H M.lhu 1 
Defendant. 

The obiect ot this t.j ' 
to''dblain a divorce ri ,m 
cuio matrimonii Iron- 
said defendant, jpon ', 
grounds of separa'iO.T !:, 
period of over two 
years. 

And an affidavit ns . r i 
been made and tiled ui,,' 
the defendant is nci 
resident of the statt ( 
Virginia, the la^t km at. 
post office being (.I'v (.i 
New York, New Vof k 

It Is ordered that he qu 
appear here withm 10 dj,i 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may nc 
necessary to protect mi 
tMerest-«Mh^ »«At- 



A *c?ep)44*Tft«e- JOHN V 

FENTRESS . 

Linda Noel Hill D, titrk 

liaak D. Giasser 

4211 E. Indian River Hoav 

Chesapeake, Va 

3 l.a.l.'i.Vi -;! 

NOTICE 
This is to notify if. 
public that tne uu 
dersigned, trading as thl 
D£LLY, INC will wiinr. 
ten days alter puDiicution 
of- this notice apply to iht 
Virginia State AicohOMt 
Beverage Control Boc!. d 
for a license to sell wme 
and beer for on and oft 
prtmlses consumption, 
H en r y F ron t 
T A THE DELLY, INt 
3108 Pacific Ave 
va. Beach, Va 2345) > 
4255437 

Diane T Meads 
WITNESS __ 



3 1 il ti 

LEGAL NOTICE 

Effective Jan. 1st, iv73 
PAUL N. SUTTON is no 
longer the owner and 
operator ot PAUL S 
SHELL SERVICE Iccatud 
at 3909 Virginia Beuci' 
Blvd. A#)d will not be- 
retpontibie for any debts 
incurred at of this date 

PAUL N.SUTTON 
WITNESS: 
Sondra L Stevens 
3 1,8,15,22 (4t; 

VIRftlMJii 

IN THE ClHCU, 
COURT OF THE ClTV . i 
VIRGINIA BEACH It 
30th day of February, iv,' > 
Re: HERBEHl 
GLASSMAN, Deceased 
IHOWCAUSE 
ORDER 

IT APPEARING that a 
report of the accounts of 
Flnt A Merchants 
Notional Bank, pertofidi 
representative of thu 

Ettete of Haruerl 

Gleiiman, deceased, and 
Of the debts and demanns 
against hit estate has been 
filed In the Clerk's Office, 
and that tix (6J months 
have elapted tlnce the 
qualification, on motion of 
Pint A Merchants 
National Bank, it is 

ORDERED that the 
creditors of, and ail others 
intereited in, the estate uo 
thow caute, if they can, on 
the 12 day of March, I9;3, 
before this Court, at 9 30 
A.M. against the payment 
and ffclivery of the Estatt 
of Herbert Glassma 
deceeted, to the legatees 

A copy TtStt: John V 

Rentreti, Citrk 

By J. Curtli Fruit, D C 

3 1.8 2t 



commoniIealth OF 

VIRGINIA 

In tht Citrk't Office ot 
the Circuit Court of the City 
ef Virginia Beach, on ttve 
31itdayof February, 1973. 
Eugene W. Powers, 
Plaint. •», 
against 

Pamtta Holioman Powers, 
Dtftndant. 

ORDER or 
PUBLICATIO 

The obiect of this = i • ^ 
te eotaln a divorce a v ti 
euNi matrimonii trom ine 
Mid defendant upo" »^'« 



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plAina 


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ihti 


■it-tBsdfliit Is without . 


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last known post 

1 OSS being 2907 

e Drive, 

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rtttei 


due publication 
.■ hat may be 


n. 




,.■ nt.?c t her 

Teste,, 

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tide ef 37th Street, running 
a distance of 331 foot aienf 
the Eatt tide of Atlantic 
Avenue, running e dlitance 
of 150 feet eleng tht Nor- 
thtrn proptrty iint end 
running a dittance Of 33S 
fett along tht Eaitern 
^jtoptrty line. VIRGIWIA 



IMexey Manar<Baitwaai 
Villa Area). LVNNHAVBN 
BOROUGH. 
BAVIIDB BOROUGH 

11. AiRilcatlan al 
oiamanf LBiNtfe. inc.. By 
H. Calvin tfaln. Attarney. 
far a Ull RIRMIT far live 
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Plats wlfl5 more detailed 

Information are ift.aliabfe 

in the Department of City 

Planning. (Country Haven 

Are*!. KEMP^VILLE 

, BOROU43M 

V I f? O I N I A BEACH 

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BEACH BOROUGH 

6, Application Of Gearfe 

W Barnes for e CNANGB 
OF ZONING from Retail 
Busineti Dlitrlct (BD to 
General Builneii Dlitrlct 
(B3) on certein property 
beginning at a point M.I 
feet North ef 3«th Itroot 
running a diitence el 4f.f 
fttt along the Wait life el 
Atlantic Avenue, running a 
dlitanct of 351 ftet elonf 
tht Northern preperty line 
(20foot alley), runninf e 
dittance of 4«.S feet elonf 
the Wettern property line 
of which 40 feet lithe Beit 
side of Pecific Avenue, 
running a diitence of 311 
feet along the louthern 
property line, laid parcel 
contains 11,474.35 tguaro 
feet. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH. 
PUNGO BOROUGH 

7, Application of Perm 
View Apartmentt, Inc., for 
a CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Agricultural Diitrlct 
(A Rl to Multiple Family 
Residence District (R-M) 
and a USE PERMIT to 
construct 12 apartment 
units (6 dupieKet) on 
certain property located on 
the East Side of Morrli 
h4eck Road beginning at a 
point 313 feet South of Stone 
Road, running a dittance of 
337 4 (eet along the Eatt 
•,'d6 ot Morris Neck Road, 
running a distance of 538.98 
feet along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of 334,78 feet along 
the Eastern property line 
and running a dittance of 
473 1 (eet along the 
Southern property line. 

-,Sai<t^«rcei contplnt 3.86 
a-b PUNGO 

BOP -;UGH, 

ii Application of Roger 
rahoon and Leslie Terry 
tor a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from One Family 
Residence District (R 1) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
District (H 3) and a USE 
PERMIT to construct 36 
apartment units on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 490 feet more or ieit 
south of Norfolk Avenue 
(Southern Boulevard), 
running a distance of 159 
teet along the Eatt side of 
Indian Avenue. 

Parcel 1: Use Permit tt 
construct 36 apartment 
units: Beginning at a point 
— 490 feet more or less South 
iof Norfolk Avenue 
(Southern Boulevard) and 
running a distance of 159 
teet along the East tide of 
Indian Avenue, running a 
distance of 449 feet along 
the Southern property line, 
running a dlitance of 312 
teet along the Eaitern 
property line and running a 
distance of 271 feet along 
the Northern property line. 
Said parcel conteini 2.6 
arres. 

Parcel 2: Change ot 
Zoning from R 1 to R-3: 
Beginning at a point 490 
feet more or lest South of 
Norfolk Avenue (Southern 
Boulevard) and 68 feet 
""m ofeor reis^ast of tndlan 
Avenue, running a dittance 
o( 203 feet along the Nor- 
thern property line, run- 
ning a dlitance of 276 feet 
along the Eaitern property 
line, running a dittance of 
120 feel along the Southern 
property line and running a 
distance of 351 feet more or 
less along the Wettern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 0.9 acres and 
encompastet all of that 
portion of said Use Permit 
request that Is currently in 
the Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

Plats with more detailed 
information are available 
m the Department of City 
Planning, (Shadowlewn 
Area), LYNNHAVEN AND 
VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGHS. 

9 Application of H.I. 
Winter by Edward T, 
Caton, Hi, Attorney, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Retidanca Suburban 
District 3 (R S 3) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
(R M) and a Uie Permit 
tor a 84 bed nuriing care 
and reiidential facility on 
certain property beginning 
at a point 941 feet mere er 
lets Wett of Flnt Celonlet 
Road, running a dittance of 
425.71 fttt along tht South 
side of Wildweed Drive, 
running a diitanct ef 161.47 
fett along the Wtittrn 
proptrty iint, runnlne e 
distanct of 432.34 iMt alonf 
the Southtrn property line 
of which 50.64 fttt It tht 
Northern tutrtmity ef 
Baiiiio Drive, running e 
dittance of 181.12 feet elonf 
the Eastern proptrty lint. 
Said parcti (ontilni 1.51 
acrtt (GtntrtI Heipitel of 
Virginia Btach Arte). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
10. Application of B.M. 
Kuptrimidt by Benfemln 
Levy, for a CHANGB OP 
ZONING from Multiple 
Family Retldence Dlitricf 
(RM) to Limited Com- 
mercial Dlitrlct 3 (C-L 3) 
on certein preperty 
beginning et e point S17.13 
fetKEatt ef Eeitweed Lone 
and running e dittenee Of 
138 fttt mort or Ittt olonf 
tht South Sidt of Leikin 
Road, running e diitence ef 
262 38 feet eleng the 
Eatttrn preperty line, 
running t dlltonco Of 136 
feet more or Ieit eleng ttte 
Southern property line end 
running i ditttnct of 377.76 
fttt alone ti«t Wtatwn 
proptrty lint. leM parcel 
it^iuiown ee L^e 31 and IS. 
Mtp of MoKoy Mener. Jafd 
parcel centelM Sl.ffl 
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praparty fffinninf at a 
paint in feat mare ar leas 
West ef Baker Raaf. 

runninf a f Istance el tf0 
feet aiehf the lauth ilde al 
Nerthamptan Bauievarf. 
runninf a f litance al Iff 
iNt mere er ieii atana the 
Weitern Rreperty line, 
runninf a flifanca el Wl 
loot mere er leii aianf the 
lauthern praaarty line, and 
runninf .•a fistanee ef Ifi 
feet nparaar iaii eienf the 
Beitirn prap erty line, laid 
parcel li knewn ai tati 3 
and 3 af Diamend Lake 
BitatM, Said rtfueet ii 
loceted within cemmerclei 
campiex. (Diamond Lake 
Bitatai Aree). BAYIiOB 
BOROUGH. 

13. Appllcetion of Calvin 
M, end Nell C. Dtvii fer a 
CHANGB OP ZONING 
from Reildence luburben 
Dlitrlct 4 (Rl 4) to 
Reildenct Dtpitx Dlitrlct 
3 (RD 3) on certein 
preperty lecated at tht 
Northweit corner ef 
Piteiure Heuie Road and 
Lake Bredford Drive 
running a dittance of ISO 
feet elong tht WtH Hdt of 
PItaiurt Houit Road, 
running a diitanct of 137 
fttt along the North side of 
Lake Bredford Lane, 
running a dittanc* of 150 
faet along the Western 
property Une and running a 
distance of 135. « feet a^ory 
the Northern property l. .*. 
Said parcel contains 20,400 
square feet more or 'ess 
(Bradford Terrace Area), 
BAYSiOE BOROUGH 

13 Application Of the C'ty 
of Virginia Beach fo' 
certain amendments t o th 
adopted Mastf-r -tt-t 
sportation Plai, -f 'he C-iy 
of Virginia e,?>c'i. tm 
amendments (jtniiii to tha 
amount ot racuired ri, ■ of 
way widths along nuroi 
arterials and Laskin Rod, 
and to the proposed 
alignment of <empsvi le 

Road between frovidcti, '.• 

Road and Indian Rive'' 
Road. More detalltO ^a. 
formation is ava'tab'e in 
the Department cf C v 

Planning, 

t-Richard J Webbon 

Richard J. Webbon 

City Clerk 



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Cemmoftwegith 
Virflnle. 

In the Clerk's Olllce al ; 
tht Circuit Ceurtel the City 
of Virflnla Beach, an the II 
day of Ptbruary. 1173. 
ORDRROP 
PUBLICATION 
Otrtrudt A. Iihmali. 
Pielntiff, 
againit 

Wtiity c. ichmeii. 
Dtftndant. 

TheeblK* et thii suit li 
te obtain a Divorce A 
Mente Et There to be later 
merged into a divorce A 
Vincuio Matrimonii from 
the sa (1 defenuant, up<>n 
the broundi oi desertion. 

And an atfiravit having 
been inade ,«nd filed that 
the oetc'HiT ♦ not a 
resident ef c* %t»1t cf 



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NOTiceop 

PUBLIC HBARINO 

The Virginia Beach 
Board of Zoning AppteH 
will conduct a Public 
Hearing on Wtdnttday, 
Merch 7, 1973, at 7:30 p.m. 
in the Municipal Court 
Building, upttairt court 
room. City Hail, Virginia 
Btach, Virginia. Tht 
following appiicatieni will 
appear on the agenda. 

I. Joe Biythe by Larry 
Blum reRuatti a variance 
of 30 fttt to a 30 foot front 
yard ittbeck Inttead of 50 
feet at rea lired nf Lot 3, 
Tract C, s.,' or , Sand- 
bridge Beacn, Sandfiddler 
Road Pungo Borough. 

1 1 Roger f rr-'^tit f^^ueiti 
a variance -< : test to a 20 
foot front yrird setback 
inttead of ju 'eet at 
requlrcii of Loit it and 36, 
Block 22, Shadowlewn 
Haighti, 5O0 Cerelina 
Avenue Virginia Baefh 
Borough. 

ill. A. Jackion Tlmmi 
reeuttti a variance Jf I 
fttt te I 12 foot side yard 
letbeckintteedof 30(eetat 
required of Lett 115 and the 
wettern half ef Let 116, 
North Linkhorn Perk, 1108 
Guniton Rood. Lynnheven 
Borough. 

IV. R. B. Whitmere 
requeiti e veriance of 15 
feet te a 31 feet front yerd 
tttback initted ef SO ftet at 
required of Let 6. Tract A, 
Section 1. Sendbridge 
Beech, 3416 Sandfiddler 
Reed. Princtis Annt 
Borough, 

V. DiHle Manufacturing 
Co. by Themei C. BreylH 
requtifi e veriance of 34 
ftet to a 16 feet tidt yard 
letbeck on tht north 
preperty line and 33.1 feet 
te 37.1 feet tide yerd 
letbeck en the louth 
property line Initoad ef SO 
feet 01 reaulrad when an 
induitriai district edieini e 
rnlfentlal district wt a 
percel located on Hoiioftd 
Reed 1631 feet more er Ihi 
euth ef Hubber Lone, 
Hollend Terrece. Kemp- 
iville Bereufh. 

Vi.Cerltenl. Abernethy 
by Themes C. Broylei 
roRueiti a varience «l 31 
feet to If feet front yerd 
letf eck initeed el N loot ei 
roRUired ef Parcel i end 3, 
oceena. the seuthweit 
cerner ef Virglnie fetch 
Beuleverd and Pint 
Celeniel Reed. Lynnheven 
Bereufh. 

Vii. Terry Corporetion 
end Architectural 
Grepnica. inc. by themei 
C. Broylei reaueit e 
verience to hove 3 dlapiey 
fecn inateed el 3 dlepely 
fecM es ailewed fer e 
center idtntlflcetien iifn 
en Percel P, PembroKO 
Mener. Pembroke OWco 
Park, VIrflnia Beech 
Beuleyerd and Inf Street 
(unimproved afreet). 
BeytIM Beraufh. 

Viii.MauriM i. Wllien, 
Ir. roRuaaM a veriance el 4 
leet te a S laat side yerd 
•etfack insiaNaf if feat at 
roRulrod ef pert tl Let 3h 
Plat al J. M. Keelinr. 
tilewilfiit. ISSI Oenerel 
street. Kempivllle 
BcrMfhi 

IX. B.R.Bryant refueiti 
a variance M f laat ta a i 
ivat life yard letfeeck 



ofiatii ■* 

PUBLICATi M 
Denoen'Oaphne trtiicell 
Garriion, Plaintiff 
againit 

Lindy Wayne Gar' son, 
Defendant. 

The o')|»ct of this i<i\\ is 
to obtain a div •, ;a ^• 
Vinculo Matrimonii freni 
tht tald defendant, i^^n 
the groundi ef Adultery 

And an affidavit hayir'; 
been made and »'te^ th(«' 
due diligence I'jv m^ btf 
used by er en behglf ' 
Compleinent to ascertain 
In which ceunty or c{. 
poretlen the defendant t 
without effect ' '» 
known post adct'eft 
2565 Qione* Avt 
Apartment It v/irg n ft 
Beach, Virginia 

N-.,t resident t 
of Virginia, It '■ t^ t»' 
that t f do ar ' ' 

withiji i.in 11.0' .1 ■ 

rtui nuoiica"" 
(j., ►■at mfl 
to otect 
this ,uit 

A copy Te* /Ql^p 

Ftntrtii fi" 
By Sandr* n-""'-' 

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frydges. B'l, . ,c^ ^ ^ - 
Mcktnry 
1369 Laskin ' 
Virginia K««cn 



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Commonwert' "f 

Virg nil. 

In the . 'erk • off-ce p| 
the ;ireultLurt«f t^r ■ ity 
of t/lrglnie h. tch, i.n the 
I4in day el Pef ri arv 
ORDBB JP 
PUBUCAflON 
fiertrem I. Wlii:i»ii. 
PlalntHI. 
Halnet 

Dorothy Lew a i .<>«.. eftce 
Wllllanil. Dfend^' 

The obloc* of t* tult is 
te etotein e < , - a vin- 
'ule metri ,i Mum the 
let J defer dam upon the 
greunoi '. deieitlon, 

And en effidavit havlRfl 
been madt and filed that 
the defendant ii a nan- 
reiidont of the Itata al 
Virflnla, tht ieit knewn 
pest olflct addrMi Bainf 
fronn. Ntw York. 

It is ordtrtd thet She df 
appear here within ten (10) 
eeys after due publlcatlan 
hereof, end do whet fnay N 
neceeiery te detect her 
Intereit In fhii suit. 
A copy Tnte John V. 
Pentreii, Clerk 
fy J. Curtii Pruit, Deputy 
Clark 

viciar I Athe 
70t Plata Cn# Beit 
Norfalk. VIrflnia 

VtRGINIA: 
IN TMB eiRCWIT 

anniTGPtNRciTVGf 

VIRGINIA BBACH BR 
TMB ItM DAV OP 
PBBRUARV. ttn 

in The Matte r Oi The 
Peiltten Of wiUklAM GUf 
HARRIS end flf TV lUB 
BARNES NARRll Par The 
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NARRll And Par TI 
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WILLIAM CURTII MfL 
te WILLIAM CUlTII 
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^ttltl»n«r« and 

fmrmtnH* unt* itit Court 

met fM«b|«ct«f tht abevr 

ityiM rauM ii f« •nt«r • 

■iNl Ordtr of Mopflon of 

Movo-nOMi Inlonta 

' WIIMim'Ou^orrlt and 

r Nm chonMif nam* of 

liirlTliorMoAlltoChtrl 

iMrMO HwrWond for tfio 

Eo Of MUM Of William 
I Dail (• William 
Hat. it. ^ 
M Affidavit Iwvlna boon 
iiatf* and fllMr tfiat tho 
: •afltianori v#lly itato 
: Hat Mia laot uiawn ad- 
■ ir^ at Wllium Junior 
iMN, ma naturf fathor of 
' 'Marl Thorooo . Oall and 
: 'WMilam Oirtit Oall, ii c-o 
'r^lNi Ooli. Willow Itroot, 
.-tJortford, North Carolina; 
•:rt M OMOIKIO thot uld 
;• Wttllam Junior Doll appoor 
-: iMMro ttilt Court within ton 
;> tft! ««yi tftor tho 
' ; IMbOcatiot^ Of thl» Ordor 
Mind indiroto hit attttudt 
<;i9«>0fd tn« propoood 
;.(.-)*ot;««»i f:- jtherwist do 
.•^f*» '« "S'^^ssory to 

• i*'!*»'ctt':»iitjrMtsh»rein. 
: > rt it I'irihtr ORDERED 

• ..that ttw forfooing porlon of 
'-ii.t Or«t«r M publl^od 

• .$hc« a w*9k lor four (4) 
' br '.MOivi woefcs Va. 

• 'rh S«tn. 9 nowspopor 
.,i' i,-5 ..»-...»»! clrculatto(> 
* f* 'v ftf Virginia 

f v! r\, Virginia. 

■:-f> ■ \ >«'.vf»«, Clei'k 

• V' for Pttltlontra 
:/»'' 'aritlnie Towtr 

.'> IK, V!ro!.,a 23510 
: , J-^S.JJ/S-I,! 4-T 

*<-i<'3 vs monwa^lth of 

-' o mo ClorWa Otflct of 
■:• :; i«Clrco't Court of the City 
w ' Virginia ftoach, on the 
i y.'M day of l^d^ory, 1*73. 
.^ ORDn OP 

d PUII.ICATION 

.>: I^alricla S. Ro«m, Plaintiff, 
•'. againtt 

.' tart C. Rewo. Doftndont. 
'. Tho obioct of this suit Is 
^I0 obtain a ,divorco A 
'iMMtile Matrimonii from 
Mb* saM dofoiidant, upon 
i9N frawids of dOMrtion. 
;<t AM an affidavit having 
i^kiM mado ami fliod that 
iiWm d«loiidai#'ia not a 
'*MWant of ttM stoto Of 
:,wrMnto. fbo iiif icnown 
liMlalflco ad^t boing 
;^ VHIago Apartmtnt 
r HMUrana OA^ Mo. m, 
'Harvay, LouBia 700M, 
'( Ml raaMon^ffh* Staff 
' M Vtrtlnla. Ilpta erdorod 
'.iitt ba do Mipoor har< 
nioMUlR tan lltf doy* aftor 
jm* Pdbitcatlotboraof . ond 
*m wbat may bo nKottory 
ai^ n ia tac t bit totorott in 
pilMMt. 

^Jmtm. tutlor A Canada 
^$m VIrtlnIa ttpch Blvd. 
•iVitlnla Boa^ Virginia 
:'A caay ■ Totti 
-tMWl V. PMTRESS; 
iXtlRK 
'|Y. Sandra tiirgrovo D., 



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tOmmonwt^lth of 

:«^**'- A Offleoof 
r tho city 
on the 
tiary, 1973. 
t OR DM OP 

!: PUBLI^TION 

rOoorgo Robo|r St. Clair, 
tPlBlnflff. */ 
lagalntt " 

'Virginia Loo iogram St. 
f Clair, Oofondlij. 
\ Tho .eblact ^««lt suit it 
to obfoin o^^lvorco A 
Vinculo Mat»onll from 
Itie told defMant, upon 
the groundt JI'Detortlon. 

And on afwnvit having 
baon made aM filed that 
Hio dofondaM^4t not a 
mldant of w State of 
Virginia, tho'/ast itnown 
pott office Oldest being 
17 South lith Street, 
Colorado Spriivt, Colorado 
•0M4. V, 

Net rotldonW the State 
Of Virginia, wit ordered 
that tho do appear here 
wittiin ton (Itt days after 
duo publicatldi tioreof , and 
do wtiat may BO necettary 
te protect her interest in 
H»ls twit. X. 

Jannat E. Brydos, Jr. 
2413 Pacific /Mta. 
Virffinia Beacl. Va. 
A copy - Teste; 
JOHN V. FENTRESS 
CLERK 

•Y: Sandra Hargrove D., 
Clark. 

215,2331,8 

Commanwaalth of 

VlTBMla, ^ J 

M «!• aarlt% Clfice of 

•MCtrofitCailll^f ft»e City 

m virfiiita ■•adi, an the 

fM 4m^ af raBrwary, 1773. 

OIIOiBOF 

PUOLtCITWN 

F^ytolpnmliWiam, 



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Jimn ^MMigham, 



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0«wr« te btlftor inargod 
Mtf a dtoera* a vMicuio 
i^l l toawn tnm m% taid 
j < gWii<aw t upon ttio 
■MiiMSo of actual and 
wttlfvt doaortlon at of 
f «Br»ary, IS, Wi. 
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post office addratt boing 
6521 Wright Ave. 
Kalamazoo, AAlchigan. 

Not rotldent of tho State 
of Virginia, it la ordorod 
that ho do appoar hart 
within 10 (10) ton dayi 
aftor due publication 
hereof, and do what may bt 
necettary to protect hit 
Intorott In thli tuit. 
Boyca and Spanoullt 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach Va. 
A copy Tattf ; 
John V. FontrMS, Clark 
Linda Noel Hill, D.C. 

2-15,2231,l-4T 

Cemmonwtalth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clork'a Offica of 
the Circuit Courtof tho City 
of Virginia Beach, on tho 
7th day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Susan Carol Stack, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Jerrly Flynn Stack, 
Defendant. 

The oblect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorco A 
vinculo Matrimonii from 
thp said defendant, upon 
the grounds of a two (2) 
year separation. 

A:id an affidavit having 
beer, made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
DOSt office address being 
6107 Blue Ridge Drive, Fort 
Worth, Texas 76148. 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, It Is ordered 
that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest In 
this suit. 
Wm. Collona 
281 Independence Blvd. 
Va. Beach, Va. 
A copy Teste 
JOHN V, FENTRESS 
CLERK 

BY Sandra Hargrove D., 
Clerk 

215,2231,8 

COMAAONWEALTH OF" 
VIRGINIA. 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
5th day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Elizabeth Carpenter Mllei 
Hoadley, Plaintiff, 
against 

William Cox Oalzoll 
Hoadley, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
t«r obtain- r- divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of constructive 
desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant It not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
CO Yackt Tahoma, 
Guanala (Islas do la 
Bahia) British Honduras, 
Central America, 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, It Is ordered 
that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necettary 
to protect his Interest In 
this suit. 

A copy Teste JOHN V. 
FENTRESS CLERK 
BY Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk. 

Bernard G. Barrow 
958 Laskin Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
2-8,15,22;3-1(4t) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
30th day of January, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Alvin Lee Oldaker, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Gladys Hunt Oldaker, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of 2 years 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, since after a 
, diligent search h«Aa been 
^ unawe to locate her at her 
last known address, 651 
Kellam Road, Va. Beach, 
Va. 

It is ordered that she do 
appear here within 10 (ten) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
mterett In this tuit. 
A copy. Teste 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
Clerk. 

Linda Noel Hili, DC 
Ronald P. Hammers 
13af Latkfn Road 
Virginia Beach. Va. 

24.1$.2a,31-{4t) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIK6INIA, 

in the Clerk 't Office of 
tha Circuit Courtof the City 
of Vif^itila BMch, an4lia 
iHi day ©f PalM^WTf. \fn. 




ORom OP 

PUILICATION 

Irvin McDanlal Stephent, 

Plaintiff, 

agalntt 

Rona Joe Stephent, 

Defendant. 

The object of thli ault it 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrlmofill from the 
taid dafandant, upott the 
groundt of daaartion for 
over one (1) ytar. 

And an affidavit having 
bean made and fllad that 
the defendant It not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, tho lait kttown 
pott office addrati being 
40S Mealing Avanae, North, 
Augusta, South Carolina. 

It Is ordered that she do 
appear here within tan (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necettary to protect her 
Intorott In thit tuit. 
A copyTette JOHN V. 
FENTRESS 
Linda Noel Hill, DC. 
Cromwell, Culverhouse A 
Whitehurtt 
P.O. 5533 
Va. Beach Va. 

2-8,15,22;3-1(4t) 

VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk't Office of 
the Circuit court of the City 
of Virginia Beach on the 5th 
day of February, 1973 
N WESLEY FENTRESS 
JR., 

EXECUTOR OF THE 
ESTATE OF 

MILTON W. FENTRESS 
DECEASED, Com 
plalnant, ^ 

vt. 

TEXACO INC , 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
OF NORFOLK, 

VIRGINIA M. FEN 
TRESS 

SAMUEL I. WHITE, 
ESQUIRE 

CHARLES M EARLEY, 
JR.. M.D., 
and 

PARTIES UNKNOWN, 
Defendants. 

IN CHANCERY 
C-73-6S 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit It 
to take an accounting of the 
debts agalntt the Ettate of 
Milton W. Fentress, 
Deceased, the amounts, 
priority, to whom owing 
and to determine whether 
there are credltort of the 
Deceated whote namet, 
addrettet and claimt are 
not pretently known to the 
Executor, and It It further 
anticipated that the attett 
of the Ettate are not suf- 
ficient to render the Estate 

solvent; 

WHEREFORE, the 
Executor desires to settle 
his account under the 
supervision of the Court; 
And the Bill of Executor 
for Aid and Direction of the 
Court states that there are, 
or may be, persons who are 
creditors of Milton W. 
Fentress, Deceased, whose 
names are unknown and 
whose post office addresses 
are unknown to the 
Complainant, and ^were^ 
made parties to this cause 
under the general 
desprlptlon of "PARTIES 
UNKNOWN", and an 
Affidavit having been filed 
of the fact that they are 
unknown. It Is 

ORDERED that the said 
"PARTIES UNKNOWN" 



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do appear within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
of this Order and do what is 
necessary to protect their 
Interest; 

It Is further ORDERED 
that a copy of the foregoing 
portion of this Order be 
published once a week for 
four successive weeks in 
the Virginia Beach Sun, a 
nawpaper published in the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, and that a copy of 
this Order be posted on the 
bulletin board of the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach. 

JOHN V. FENTRESS 
CLERK. 
Phyllis N. Styron, Deputy 

Messrs. Kellam, PIckrell & 

Lawler, Attys. 

1020 First K Merchants 

Bank BIdg., 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

2-8,15,22,3-1-4T 



RATES: "Person to 
Person" ads for in- 
dividuals buying, selling, 
renting, or offering a 
service. Up to 12 words, 
only SI. per issue, add SO 
cents for each additional 4 
words. 

Classified display $2.80 
per column inch, with a 
minimum charge of SS.60 
except on contract basis. 

BuslnessRates: First 16 
words in straight 
clatslflad are S2.00 Lower 
rates may be earned. 

DEADLINE for 
classified A classified 
display is Noon on the 
Tuesday prior to 
publication date. 

Place ads at the SUN 
office 138 S. Rosemont 
Rd., Va. Beach, Va. 23452, 
or mail to Classified 
Desk ; or phone 486-3433 or 
486-3434. Classifieds are 
priced on cash basis; 
payment is due upon 
receipt of statement. 



CANDY THE CLOWN 
Available; Birthdays, 
Promotlonals and Grand 
Openings. Call 587 3697 or 
433 4689. 

Cane and Rush Chair 
Seats replaced. 486 5094. 

CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS- 
DRAPERIES-Free 
Estimates. Reasonable 
R ates , Call 425-1406. 

DRESSMAKING & 
ALTERATIONS. Myrtle 
Barker. 3400427. 

HEY GIRLS Try the 

famous Sculptress Custom 
f itted bra. Call 499 6256 

INCOME TAX SERVICE 
State and Federal. 340 9791. 

INCOME TAX SERVICE- 
Licensed. Mr. Bllck, 4*4- 
1997. 

TATTERS the clown of TV, 
circus. Available for 
parties, shows, 
promotions, etc. Magic, 
balloon animals, good 
clean comedy. Reasonable. 
547 4714 after 5. 

THE PEMBROKE 
PUPPETS Are now 

available for Birthday 
•Parties, Special Events, 
etc. Children and Adult 
entertainment. 497-4141, 

497 0982. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
'CHIMNEY Sweep and 
fireplace repair, 
."ireplaces designed, built 
an'd rebuilt. Dampers 
installed and repaired. 
Guaranteed to stop 
smoking Call 428 7350 
nigtit or day 



BABYSITTERS - Needed; 
All ages; Register to sit 
with established 
organization. Call 433-7644 
after S. 




11— Hli>WANTI>.M/f 

MEN A WOMEN (AGE 20- 
120) to earn tlOO - 11000 per 
month part time. In own 
home, 416-6035. 



TYPING-Neat and ac- 
curate. 2S cents per page. 
497-7653, ufWr 6, 4S6-S604. 

20— DAY NUISHY 

HAPPY DAYS KIN- 
DERGARTEN - And 
Day Care Center. State 
Licensed for 2, 3, 4, and 5 
year olds. Open 7 a.m. - 6 
p.m. year around." Call 
42S-6S65 to enroll. Located 
at 612 Fremac Drive (off 
Laskin Road between 
Hilltop and oeeanfront). 



PART-TIME 
SA1£S 

Build youf own piaAtaUe 
buiiiieii laUiiig natuial 
food iupplaneiita, vitamiiu. 
oometks* iiO!»foUutli« 
hoaiehoMcloanan. 

>abySHAiaEEofaiif. 

Phone 4284901 
PRODUCTS FOR SALE 



SALESPEOPLE 



Full or parttrtnt, no txperltnee 
necMMry. High commluiont. For • 
contwantla! Intervltw, c&ntact Mr. 
Strlcldand. M*.7iS0. 



J^ 



CLASSIFIED 
OFFICE HOURS 

MONDAY THROUGH 
FRIDAY 

8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

OPEN SATURDAYS 

8:30 a.m. to 
12 Noon 



DRESSMAKING 

Unique and penonal deogning. 
Adults and children. Newly 
established in Biidneck Area a) 
Beach Proper. 

428-7643 



SALES TRAINEES 
Regardlnt of your p*it work 
background. \w« may M «■>!• to 
•fain you for local full lima «ala* 
U10.00 Monltily te itart. Call 
4W2743. 



INCOME TAX 
Larry Clemens 
all returns prepared 
while you wait! 

3320 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Near Princess Anne Plua 

486-156a 



DID YOU EARN 
$12,000 OR MORE 
LAST YEAR? 

Would you MM to double 
your Income In your 
spare tima? For appt. call 
497-8575. 




ASTROLOGICAL 
TENNIS LESSONS 

428-5678 or 
425-8613. 




B 



'3-PERSONAL NOTICES 



AAAGJC SHOWS^ Tar 
ties, Club meetings, 
iunct^eons, etc. 
Reasonable. Call 340 0297, 
after 5 p.m. 

Reduce safe & fast with 
GoBese Tablets & E-Vap 
"water pills". Murden 
Drug. 



BOOKKEEPING 

and 

TAX SERVICE 

Monthly, Quartedy, 
Yeaity 



W-1822, RW 



If JOES WANTED 

BABYSITTING Full 
and part time; Arrowhead 
area. 499-4809. 

BABY SI TT ING - days TfT 
my tiome, reasonable 
rates. 486-4371. 



6— MONUMENTS A 
BURIAL LOTS 

CEMETERY LOTS -(2) In 
Rosewood Memorial Park, 
Virginia Beacti, 428-7745. 



Discover Japan 

18dvAOctob«1973, 
IMlvale diartei, tponiwed 
by die memberdiip of Koyu 
KaiofYkgiiiia. Wecan 
|oifyo^p>. 
42&-9335 420-0577 



Uit;aii#'Mai'^ 




8 LOST A FOUND 



MALE COLLIE-Found in 
Plaza Area. 486-3430 or 499- 
3971 after 6. 



SISTER TINA 

Reader and Advisor 

AdfkoeanaBPloUeiMirf 
life sB^aa mania ge, bus- 
!■■•, lo*e affsln, oooTt- 
Mp, slooiMl 01 If yow'ie 
rickoitaMedofketp, 
laaaSalacTifla. AU 
cprinteand 



Cd for A|q>ob)tin^t: 

, 425^818 
1912 VAB«ach Blvd. 
NetfOeeuia 

Va.•a■d^lillo6lleaator 




1 ♦— Hii» WAMTJD . MAU 



AUDITOR Permanent full 
time; Nights. Call 340 1222. 

CARPET CLEANER 
male, own transportation, 
age 21 to 45, will train, good 
pay. 486 5519. 




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311 MMfl} ALARMS 
Oljrawaa^ly 
HadsaBi^ttlwdlat 
0|tt7-MW 

NK»IWATCH ^CUMtY 
SYBTBiS ' » 



MEN 

Prefer retired military. 
WU train for Mill payi^' 
ales job widi new ViipalB 
coip. Chance f Of fMt pro- 
motion. Atkf«Mft^eB- 
hold for (^mfidradal m- 



]623-9774 




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FRENCH-and Spanish 
tutor, evenings. Need help 
with exams^ Also group 
Instruction. 3409141. 

PIANO LESSONS For 
beginners; Any ages. 
Theory provided. Kemps- 
vllle Area. 420 9253. 

VOICE LESSONS — 
'Beginners, advanced. 
James Morrisson, 428- 
0587. 



GRIMES MUSIC SCHOM. 

GUITAR CLASSES 
In Pembroke Area 

Studenu Taught !■ Small 
Group* Acooiding to Ages 

489-1428 




23 R OOMS FOR RENT 

ATLANTIC HOTEL 
22nd and Oeeanfront; 
rooms, apartments, daily, 
weekly, monthly. 425 6062. 



26 APTS FURNISHED 

VIRGINIA BEACH 1 

bedroom, kitchen, utilities 
furnished. $115 per month. 
428 5979. 

21— MOUtiS . UMmUMISHIP 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
3 bedroom, 2'. bath 
Townhouse. Fireplace; 
fenced backyard. 
Available March 1. $220. 
428 0100; 486 1414. 



31— OFflCl.. 
DB5K .SMCt 



BOSTON TERRIER PUP 
10 weeks, beautifully 
marked male, AKC 
registere d. 853 5124. 

BOXER PUPS AKC 

registered* fawn, beautiful, 
male A female. Call 427- 
5123. 



CHIHUAHUA PUPS-long 
coats; AKC; temporary 
shots; wormed, 7 weeks. 
421-3043. 

CHINESE PUGS - 3 
imonths fawn, black mask, 
AKC rag. 855-7914. 

COCKER SPANIELS 
AKC registered, champion 
sired, show dogs and pets. 
Stud service. 340 1102. 

COON DOGS - Puppies A 
grown, one registered 
Redbone. 426-7166. 

COLLI ES-Tri-color, male 
and female, 5 weeks old. 
499-0892.— — —-—. 

ENGLISH SETTER PUPS- 
Registered, 7 wks old, 
excellent background. 420- 
7789. 

DALMATION PUPS - Pet 
and Show quality, AKC 
registered. 464-4874, 855- 
9340. ^ 

FISH 1 pair tinfoil 
Barbs; 4 6 inches; $15. or 
$8 separate. Also, 1 pair 
Jack Dempsey; 5 inches; 
10. or $6. separate. 499- 
3971. ■ 

GERMAN SHEPERDpups 
AKC registered. 853-6088. 

GERMAN SHEPHERD 
PUP 6weeks old; AKC 
registered; Father and 
Mother can be seen. iSO. 
340-8055. ^___ 

GOLDEN RETREIVERS- 
AKC registered, 6 wks, 
wormed, good bloodlines. 
497-8286. 



COLLIE - ••Wil Mi 

white; '•■••♦•Tf^,' 
champion MnM. im-kW. 



Shetland Sheep DH - 
Champion; pravtfif 
lovely; 340tM7. 



Ti5i55in?wir 



rito 



PONY.Ltrit. wrliltp 
oeldiftg, hia ^von rlfelwM hi 
gam a competltleit. MM. 
420.3731. 



0AIIA9I SALIIAT. 
MARCH 3rd, f-l p.m. n\\ 
Parkiida Court, (Uiiint 
Cove). 

Sf~C0ltl8 S^TuMmT^ 

Buying and stlllnt illvar. 
coins before 1M4} N«r- 
view Coin Shop. 4313 
Sewells Point Rd.. W- 

8118. . 

OLD PENNieS-ltIP IP 
present, also silver war 
nickels. 10 cents and ,«p. 
497-3578. 




IS— HILP WANTtt - PIMAU 



FREEUNCE ' 
nmOMPHY 



CALL 



"OPPORTUNITY" 

P^W ^M MCded Immedl' 

^^ fOI MVRtf job 09«h 

ta^ UiaaM«di|y. Cal 
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BABYSITTING My 

home; experienced; 
Aragona Village;. 499-6120. 

BABYSITTING 
Southern Points; 7a.m. to 6 
p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 486- 
4307. 

BABYSITTING In my 

home; experienced. 
Hollywood Homes area. 
497 5075. 

BABYSITTING My 

home, Hilltop area. Call 
4288476. 

BABYSITTINGmy home;' 
any age; Haygood Area. 
499 3418. 

BABYSITTING in my 
Hilltop home for working 
mother per week. 428-2871. 

BABYSITTING in my 
home; Windsor Woods 
Area. 340 5594. 

CERTIFIED 
LABORATORY 
TECHNICIAN! year 
experience; desires work 
private labor hospital. 499- 
5849. 

CHILD CARE My home 
tor working mother, Va. 
Beach. Ocean Area. 425- 
1542. 

DESIRES CAR EER 
POSITION Experience^ 
follows, 2 yrs. generjil,^ 
sorting and *dlti%j^ 
ten's page; 3 — fhr^^ 
kterlal work," type 55 
wonds per minute; 
newspaper layout, 
copy reading; insurance 
(atftO and homeowners) 
rating and working up 
orders, filing, dlctaphwie 
and adding machine. Call 
497 3674. 

KEYPUNCH-6 years ex- 
perience; days, Va. Beach. 
Call 425 5346. 

OFFICE CLEANING 
Night time. Aragona 
Village preferred. Call 
499 2154, after 6 p.m. 

TYPING Done In my 
home. SO cents per page; 
$1.00 per page for tables. 
Call 497 S434 a Iter 6 and 
weekends. 



PRIME OFFICE SPtfCE 
- New space available in 
modern. SUN building at 
138 S. Rosemont Rd. next 
to Expressway. Large and 
small unit for several 
office use, ready for you. 
Call 486-3430. 




34-A MOVING AND 
STORAOE 

HAROLDS TRANSFER 

622-4793 or 497-MU 

Mastercharge 

38-HOUSE FO^ SaL^ "1 

BROMLEY 
WATERFRONT Nice 4 
bedroom, 2 baths, at- 
tadied garage, fenced 
backyard, refrigerator, 
stove, wall to wall car 
peting included. Owner. 

8574165. 

THOROUGHGOOD New; 
4 5 bedrooms; corner lot; 
2 story; builder; 428 4258. 



INORWEIGAN" ELK-, 
HOUND . - Male/ 

AKC reg., wish to mate. 
Only fee pick of litter, 
Harry Marshall, 425-5518. 

POODLE PUPS AKC 
registered, 8 weeks, show 
quality, apricots and white 
toys. 499-8405. 

POODLES Toy; AKC 
registered; 8 weeks; 
shots; wormed. 486-2348. 

SHETLAND SHEEP- 
DOGS-7 weeks, temporary 
shots, AKC registered. 
Champion sired. 497-3948. 

WIRE HAIRED FOX 

TERRIER-AKC reg. 

female, 3 months, shots, 
wormed, 460-0502. 



.AVON BOTTLES - V*ry 
Old, also some antMitiet.. 
'Dial 499-3M5. 

BICYCLE NowSaara IP- 
speed, Sempertt gwmwpll 
tires; center pole brakat; 
dual cruising brakes; 
Simplex derraliar. ISO. 444- 
9231 after 6 p.m. 

HAIR DRYER-Oanerlf 
Electric Fasltlon Mist. 
Hardly us ed. SIS. »4>.f>33. 

RIFLE 30-30. bolt actlsn 
wit h clip. 426-7144. 

50 gallons waxlins Mtr 
finish and 50 gallons 
commercial stripper. 
Must move Intnnedlately 
at SI per gallon, wliicfi IS 
fraction of cost. Contact 
Jay Brumblay at 4I4.34N. 

II I ■ ^— ^— ^MwAw 

WATER SOPTCNBR. 
Culligan Mark 30, mcallant 
condition, cannot use at 
new location. 437-33g». 



m^mAtim 



LADIES DRESSiS-SllOS • 
and 10; practically now 
knits and eattonsi- 
reasonably priced. 43l> 
5844. 



rfMa 



m 



62— PUILeiW SMPPI 

HOME Builders A CM- 
.tractors - Let us help yow 
with that now hetne- 
additions or repairs. Wt 
can furnish materials 
from basement to attk 
and aid you In financing. 
1>hone KEULAM V 



EATON 437-3300. 




ruMun 

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37 OUT OF TOWN 

FLORIDA PROPERTY 
20 acres privately 
owned. West of Lakeland 
industrial Center, 35 
minutes from Disney 
World; bearing citrus 
trees, fresh cretks. paved 
road frontage; suitable for 
motel, trailer court or 
subdivision. Additional 
land available. Call 428' 
1457. 

SPACES tor Mobile 
Homes. Large, wooded 
tots. Approx. 15 mi. from 
Va. Line, 15 mi. from E. 
City, N.C. and 25 mi. from 
Nags Head. $25 & $30 per 
*onth. Call (919) 453 3232 
after 6. 




AFGHAN PUPS - AKC 
registered out of Crown 
Crest; 420 2945 



BASSENjt PUPS 7 weeks, 
registered, wormed- Call 




SUN CLASSIFIED 



THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1»73-PAGE It 




An Ola//if led 4a6-l4SS 

486-MS4 



PERSON to PERSON ADS! 




&5SP 



V.VKwpn.Wurlltztr 

'(' ^l|<Attat«, Floor podal 

tU^itP^^^MaMtro rhythm 

ktoaan* itand. 3 ytart old; 

♦ yOtt.tStlKWOMI off r 5. 

" QROANWurlltMr 4500 
.«on<l ttatt; full podal 
board, 3 yoart old, Maestro 
rhythm king and stand; 
S^iOO. 420-0061. 

R^ANO-Antlque French 
upright, felts like new. 
•S3M. 340-7123. 






ARE DRUM Red 

. lirlile, needs heads, 
^otherwise In excellent 
shape. Good for a beginner. 
$\0, Dial 427 1787. 



r 40ININTHEFUN! 

; m 

A /IDULT ORGW 
CU\SSES 

l|^T^MadqfBmiii« 7:30 




■m 



STUDIOS 
4993766 

Vi^iMdi(y—GEX) 




Pool Table, «', MS. 
Vibrator belt, very good 
condition, $35. 486 6569. 

RANGE-Sears classic; 
Coppertonc, double eye 
level ovens, excellent 
condition, S200. 4851332. 

REFRIGERATOR 14 cu. 
ft. Hotpoint; self 
defrosting; like new 
condition. SIOO. Call Jay 
Brumbtey 486-3430 or 497- 
6973 

REFRIGERATO'R 
FREEZER-1012 CU. ft. 
good condition, S75. Call 
464-3186 after 5:30 p.m. 
weekdays; anytrme week- 
ends. 

REFR IGERATOR 
Avocado 14 cu.ft. like new, 
cross top freezer. 460-1062. 

SOFA-Early American, 
dark brown, good con- 
dition, $15. 340-7439. 

STRATFORDSHIRE 
CHINA Service for B. $30. 
Call 340-9022. 

TABLE Drop leaf dining 
room, Duncan Phyfe. 428 
9179. 



MJJOPFICIIQUI^EW T 

•DifclfAtiNG MACHINES 
y»one set of two. "Dict-A- 
, phone". Excellent con- 
dition. 464 9395, 428 9179. 

ICTAPHONE 
EPHONE AN- 
■R1N6 MACHINE- 
,iviM recorded message 
,aiid^ takes Incoming 
messages. $200. 486-1215. 

(^Interested in telephone 

"Wtiwering equipment for 

wee or car? Call 497- 




. I . ■ i . ' - ' 
6SA-FtRgW00D 

•fRCWOOD - By cord or 
frt'. cord delivered, $40. 
aarO. 427 2857. 

■yh -- - 

W-PLANTS ft SHRUBS 



JT'S SPRING Planting 

ftHne!, .Fruit trees, nut 

.,tre&, berry plants, grape 

vin&; asparagus, rhubarb, 

landscaping plant 

»m«t«ftlal. FREE copy 48 

. Pdi Planting Guide Catalog 

*-tn- color on request. 

.WAYNESBORO NUR- 

^SERIES, Waynesboro, 



*ViraioJa 22980. 




AI^-)C0NDiTI0NERS-(2) 
IJDO »TUs, $75. each. 340- 
4873. ^u. 

' i , '] i | t ' i ' ' 

4Kfliq|a<» Bed and rocker. 
Black t white Dumont TV, 
table model, excellent 
>idit^men.»a. 340-6833. 



PPLIANCES Ken 

am washer; Frigidaire 
ryier; Wastinghouse 
tftwas^er; Drapes.425- 



aYjPORNITURE-Crib 

nnitttess^$30; Playpen 

dvifr miscellaneous 

[It including sterilizer, 
orlier, stroller, etc. 

I 340-9149. 

tPETING-3 rooms, 
padding, good con- 
I. 625-4118. 

RLY AMERICAN 
_^ NITUREBrand new, 
t^r unwrapped. Sofa and 
"tching love seat, 
ilsttred in gold brown 
with maple arms. 
,.:chased ii days ago at 
Mikes Furniture for $620. 
m it beautiful furniture. 
fMi sacrNlie for $500 cash 
tai 427 Wir, after 6 p.m. 
i^eek'-mds. 



GRANDFATHER CLOCK 
lew, handmade, 
awry wood; Weitmliafer 
.hlfnet, strlkw «»e hour, 
il^cert, Tamp«» Fug It 
m. SS7-706S. 



_ing room suite and Den 
if|ltyr«. Early American 

n prM. Days, 3*M»91 ; 

1125 after 7. 



N6 ROOM SUITE 
tetjltfj blue; one print 
V eoBtemporary. 587 



ILLOWS m kihg size, 

^ipt small whole 

• -^M« feathers. 20 

•r cent goote down. 

rand »»ew; Must >^ 

Ullwrgic) 497-09M aft«r 6 

km.mmk-^Y*! Anytime 



y.^-~ 



f»L ■. "•• atafc-. 



88-MOBILB HOMIS 



NEW MOON 1968, 4 
bedroom, 60' X 12', fully 
carpeted with patio cover, 
large storage shed, ex 
celient condition. $4,250. 
499 8719. 



STAR 12' X 50', 2 

bedrooms, furnished, 
carpet, washer, fenced. 
'$3900. 464 0339. ' 



88- A FOR RENT 



DIAMOND SPRINGS A 
1 condition, targe 3 
bedroom; washer; $150. 
4974570. 

FOR RENT 3 bedroom 
mobile Home, yyk baths. 
completely furnished inc. 
washer and air cond. 38 mi. 
South of Norfolk. $115 per 
mo. Couple w children 
under 6 preferred, no pets. 
Call 919 453 3232 after 5 30. 




FALCON-1964 Station 
Wagon. Excellent con- 
dition. New tires; new 
battery. Call 340-8240. 



FAIRLANE 1969, "9 dr. 1 
owner, vinyl top, full 
power, air. Must be seen. 
$1395. 486 6569. 



FIAT -1971; 850 Spider 
convertible, 4 speed, radio. 
$800. 425 8835. 



MUSTANG -1970 Shelby 
Cobra GT 350. Red with 
black Interior. Mag wheels 
with Goodyear G 60-15 
tires. Air conditioned, tape 
deck. $3,000. 487 2036. 

MUSTANG 1965 coupe, 
automatic, 6 cy., bucket 
seats, fire engine red. $475. 
588 6329. 

OLDSMOBILE Toronado, 
1968; full power; new tires; 
$1850. 420 8056. 



»0,4)>0TetC^tB. 



Washer, Whirlpool, 3-plece 
Danish walnut bedroom 
suite, Hoover upright. 
Stereo AM FM radio. 499 
3477. 



HONDA 1972 CB 450; 
$850 or best offer; must 
sell. 340 6892^. 




«— iUBIO-TV-STIMO 



RCA PORTABLE TV 19", 
excellent condition, $50. 
543-6010. 

Sony 530 TC stereo tape 
recorder, $85. Pioneer SX 
300T amp-turner, $75. Or 
both for $130. 499 2959; 



STEREO Teac A 1200 U 
Reel to Reel, 9 mos. old; 
two stereo echo channels 
with microphones. Was 
$349, now $195. 464 9231 
after 6 p.m. 



HONDA - '72, 500, 3,400 
miles, <gold, all stock. 
$1,200. Dial 623-0910 after 7 
p.m. 

YAMAHA 1968 DT 1, ex- 
cellent condition, many 
extras, $375. 485-1332. 

YAMAHA 1971, DT-1. 

S375. Dial 464 0875 after 6 
p.m. 

«S_TRUCKS, TRAIURS, JIIPS 



FORD-1971 Pickup, 302 V 
8, Sport Custom, excellent, 
loaded. $2750. 588-7864. 

120— AUTOMOBILIS 



BEACH BUGGY Must see 
to appreciate; $450. 545 
3649, 547 5272. 



OLDSMOBILE 1968 

|2SSflB Delmont 88, power 
■^■^■—■" steering, brakes, air 
conditio ing, vinyl top, 
good tires, 35,000 miles, 
excellent condition, 1 
owner. $1300. J^av 
Brumley 486 3430, 497 
6973. 




i»>-WANTtOBUY 

$25. for old dolls and 
lamps; any condition; late 
1800sl940$. 427 6973. 

ANTIQUES Cut glass; 
jewelry; silver; old dolls; 
any old. 42&J9M ; 420-5117. 

AJiifilbUES — and any old 
furnlturet 

CASH-CASH-CASM - 
622 4182 ^^ 

ELECTRIC TRAINSAny 
make or condition. 545- 
6242. 




i 



CADILLAC 1968, extra 
clean, loaded, $2100 or best 
offer. 420 2285. 

CADILLAC 1966 Coupe 
DeVille, 50,000 miles, 
clean, $1350. 340 6171. 

CAPRI 1971 Ford Capri, 
2000 CC engine. Brown 
with'white interior. Best 
oHer. Call 499 1845- 

CHEVROLET 1969 
Brookwootf station wage 
Good tires.. Clean car. 
$1250. 583 1584, 340 2960. 

-CHEVELLE 1972 Malibu, 
automatic, air conditioned, 
power steering, $2650. 464 
5123. 

COMET - 1967 Cyclone 
390, 4 speed, new tires and 
^ew engine, tape deck. 
Excellent condition. 857- 
4165. 



OPEL GT 1971 like new 
condition; 2 new Michelln 
steel radial tires, 28,000 
miles, A steal at $2095 

Call Jay Brumley 486 3430 
or 497 6973. 



PLYMOUTH 1970 Ouster, 6 
cylinder, standard shift, all 
vinyl interior. $1095. 340 
6270. 

PLYMOUTH DUSTER 
1972, Rust brown, 3 speed. 
4976161. 

T^disrTfAC ~ '"1968' GTO 
green with gold vinyl top, 
excellent condition, 4-speed 
hurst shifter; 39,000 
original miles. Call 340 
5509. 

PONTIAC 1969 Grand Prix 
(Model J); excellent 
condition; $1850. 427 5060. 

PONTIAC 1965 Catalina, 
good engine, good tires & 
transmission. $250. 425 
7881 

PORSCHE 1967, 912; new 
.tires, paint; excellent 
condition. $2700. 6232651. 

1973 



7S_ANTIQUIS 



ANTIQUE SIDEBOARD- 
Excellent shape, first $100. 
Call 486-3311. 

BRASS BEDS And loads 
from New England; local 
estates every week. 3 floors 
of stuffin-the-rough and 
ready,' low prices. Melton's 
AnHques. 4201 Indian River 
Rd. 
' '* *V,, ■ 

furnitHre wanted" 

- Couch, Early 

American, blue or green, 
in good condition. Will pay 
up to $100. Call 4256485. 

G R AN D F A T H E R 
CLOCKS-$250. Also Wall 
Cl ocks, $60. Call 484-7823. 

BOAT for Sale: V 26 ft. 
sloop; converted ,navy 
whaler; sleeps 4; head 
'and galley; no engine; 
stainless steel standing 
rigging; dacron sails; 
dacron running rigging; ' 
$1580 firm. Call 340 5648 
before 11 a.m. 



COUGAR 1969; 3 speed; 
mag wheels; $1400 or best 
offer. 428 1750. 

DODGE 1970 Challenger; 
automatic; 383 cu. in.; air 
conditioned; Cream color 
with green vinyl top; ex 
celient condition; $1795. 
4996187. 

DUNE BUGGY BODY- 
Hand laminated; and 
related equipment. 486 



black, fully equipped, 
$7250. Call 428 7368. 

VOLKSWAGEN 1971, 
Orange sunroof, header 
system. Perfect condition. 
Extras. $1500. Call 460 
1085. , 

VOLKSWAGEN 1969 

Karman Ghia, new 

brakes, A 1. $1185. 499 
6407. 

^01. K SW A G EhT V A N 19W7 
good tires, curtains, car- 
peted, panelled, good 
condition. Just inspected. 
$200. 857 5216. 



1971 VW 

Oiaaie San Roof, excdlent 
conditioa, steieo t^M decL 
MMtScU! 

$1500 
CALL460-I08S 



HOBIE CAT 14' with 

custom aluminum tr^ltr. 
Call owner. 464-6734. 

RICHARDSON 1957; 34 ft., 
bleeps 6, stove and 
refrigerator, »48M. 484- 
4619. 



MARAUDER «- 1972 
Travel trailer; 251 dual 
wheels; self containad. 
•Sl-«M7^ ^ 

T IK-BRACM tUPPMK 



SCUBA TANRS J 

complete sets, twin $2'i. 
$65. each. 499 29». 



100% WRniEN WARRMITY • 

Motor tTjiwutlsrion and dIfSnwmrt 30 day* or 1.000 mile* 



WBrnoK 



73 JENSEN $11,995 

Interceptor ti 1^7,900 mIM 

71 FOLRARI $13,600 

67 AUSTIN HEALEY 
Ctasaic 3000, wir* ^» 4 AC 
wtieelt 9^i09 

380 CI. 350 HP *tWIO 

"'^M.*»>n«l.i$1.796 



■71Ma|^T 



i$2,596 
$2,195 

$895 



Over 2S more 
cAooie from* 



■porU( 



M 



»nto 
tport% 



ICOO conwertlbM, 
Ztopt. 



68TRIUlfniGn 

wire wheett, new a^ «ac 
radBH* •'•*^ 

69aKLQT ., -__ 

automatic 9 1, 1 78 

MANY MORE IN STOCK 



\ DBMEsncoys 



TDEUXmADO 

TOOLDSMCMHLE 

MKury 2 door hardtop 

«Mh en «tfW ^,S06 

671ilSTiU<G $7K 

(7n.YM<X7ra 

9 



GRAND 

-TZ'-. ' TOUR 
S3 BOB *»oiot (^nlM. 

712 21tl St. 
Va.Seacii 

425^37 



«4VAUANT 



$395 



BIG MAN 
In TOWN 
WITH . 
THE 

fXJ<L 




tjooMed at «id of mpf«H«My. Hielit imrt M bom* 
iMIen, Ik MociriMtor* . Q«raM Am 



% 



HOME SERVICE — REPAIR GUIDE 



i 





USi THIS HANDY UP TO DAT! ALPHABETKALLV USIED 
GUIDE FOR AU YOUR SERVKZ NEEDSI 

Air Conditioning Etectrical Contractor Horns Improvlnwnti Houttjieking Plumbing 




TIDEWATER 
HEATING fc 
AIR CONDITIONING. 

INC. 
ReiMeatial md Com mwciil 
FREE ESTD4ATES 
497.57K OR 499-3487 




ELECIUCAL 
OmntACTOIl 



ladMtiiil 
D.E. MitCHELt 
4271146 



Asphalt-Concrate 



Exttrmimting 



ASPHALT PAVING 

J)itcli Hue pdlcUac. diive- 

mytaiDNiBtty.Noja)) 

toomalL' 



CALL 
487.6061 



BURTON PEST 
CONTROL CO. 

SpecMUIng In roach and 
inBct cofltrot Rartdertlal 
a ComnMrcUL . 

497-9182. anytimo. 



CONCRETE WORK 
PatkM^Mewalio-Odvewayt 
SlaM-CiirO »nt Qutter 
ALL TYPES CONCRETE 
FREE ESTI»«ATES 

WaLlLiai«M,Jt. 
iCoaliaelar 
J99-2268 -"-— 



Garagai 



CWCRETEWORK 
DRIVEWAYS ONLY 604 Ft 

Includn labor and Materials 
Master Charoe Bankamericard 

J.D. BAKER8S5-24I4 



Carpet 



GARAGES 

CUSTOM BUILT 
nNANQNG 

Hardism 
Contracting 

420-1716 



SAVE MONEY 

ON FIRST QUALITY 

CARPET! 

Let us show you in your 
own home how we can 
■ve you money on first 
quality carpet, cushion 
and installation. 

FREE ESTIMATES 
CONVENIENT TERMS 
CALL 3404162 
From 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. 



Heating 



RAM 
HEATING A 
COOUNOOO. 

HEIL 
Authorlzaa OMiar 

489-7364 



Carpentry 



:CABPENTRY 

Is Our BuAnMll 
Rapakt. Our Spaclaltyl 
Quality workmaniMp 
R«Monabl« ratM. 

constITuctiom 

SERVICfSCO. 



^0^ Kilts 

104 S. WItchduck Rd. 
2* Hr. Sarvtea 
"Nobody Undartalls 
4971855 The Kln9" 497-128 



Home Improvements 



Ceramic Tile 






CERAMIC TILE 

gepain,NewWotk* 

Remod^ng 

QuUtyWock 

Beat Price 

3400423 



D. J. CHAFPBI^ 

General ContiactOf Licensed 
A Registered by tfw state 
of Viqinia General Hone 
fanpiovements. No job too 
■nal- 486-3344 



CERAMIC OR 
MUD WORK 
FREE ESTIMATES 

persoi^ sanrlce on 



NEW WORK OR REPAIRS 

587-1720 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Ramodaiing, addition^ 
siding. Ucansadand 
bondad. Fraa attlmata*. 
25 years axparlanca. WM 
do our own woric 

DODSON 427-3354 



Electric^ Contractor 



ELECTRICAL WORK 

Elcetik hast and dijra*; 



ftwEitiinatca 
CUI Mike LefinAy 

MM227 I 



TSHI ., 

sr^RafiaBCa 



Roofing, guttannt, ( 
try and minor repair*. MM 
fbc all tnoia Hard to find 
laau. Free EstlmMM. . . 
OWNER, ma. ONvarlui 



WM» 



QllCKLK»rT 
ELECn^CO. 



h 



Klac«rWat C»«rtr»t»»r» 
New ana OM Work 

S»M»J« 



AODITION> a aUMOOCLilM 

FafflHy room*, new addlflans 
battvoomt, kltchem rent^WieS. 
carperts, geraget encWsad lor 
extra bedrooms, etc. Free o«»«» 
drawn free e«»ma*» One 
yiir written guaranlee. 
nOVALOCRMMNCO 



i2£:Sm 




ELBCTRKAL 
CONTRACTOR 
ROKRTL.MIIXS 

ia««M«r. 



-f '• 




■STBIlT 



Houta)aci(ing 
Raplaclng Floor JoMi 
and SINS 

2S yaer* Cxparlenoa 
Are your floor* Hiaklngf 

•t2.i7*i. eaMsse 



24 HOUR EMERGENCY 
PLUMBING*HEAT1NG 
SERVICE 

Repairing and new instaOa- 



J AS HEATING CO. 
423-3091 



GpmianMSon 





• tool 
GUARANTEED WORK 



24 HOUR ANSWERING 



Lawn Mower Repairs 



Locksmiths 



(XORGE POWELL 
CONTRACTING CORP. 

Minting, exterior. Interior, 
roofing, guttering, and 
siding. Free est Imatas. 

543-379S or 420^3326 



LOCKSMITH (koirfady^ 

Im^ltaifSliop 

23l6Va.iaaeliiM. 



LM^DaHa 
340-2490 



Lawn Mower Senlce 
Bicycle Rcpain,Weidiflt 
aad OnumMtal Iron Rail- 

VA. BEAOl LAWN 
MOWER A WELDING 

^3&S^ 



Repairs 



Plinting 



HOME IMPROVEM»m 

Lumber and tMlldIng materials, 
room additions, storm doors aiMl 
wlndown, wall to wall carpet; 
vinyl siding. Free estimates, 
terms. 

KELLAM A EATON, INC 
427-3200 



""iSQIOiCRGUL 
AND 

RE^MNTUL 
PAINTING 
FREE ESTIMATES 

—- 5«7'9730 



HOME REPiURS 

» fix anytfilntl fto lob loo small 
Alt of our sMIled, professional 
work is guaranteed. Licensed 
and bondad. Master Otarge. For 
free estimate* call Jer^y 
Baydusfi, tUOTf ; after S p.m. 
•SSHTf 

ALL REPAIRS CO. 



Home Repair* and Improvo- 
mentt of all Typos 
Free Eitlmate*, LIcenied 
« Bonded 

OCEAN TILE. INC. 

42M471irno 
428-7934 



PAINTING 
ALL TYPES DONE 
INTERIOR, EXTERIOR 
COMMERCIAL 
425-7913 



mmsr 

ANY KIND 
SMALi ONLY 
587-2137 



Roofing 



HOME REPAIRS 
ANY TYPE 

Itffff that hiMn *i!T**** 
RxdHtiDMaafrtlarl 
Ripiaca dat biohM dood 

CUFPSREPAUS 
4974451 

Stakl Rarity 

4920 Vlt^aia leach Mvd.. 



Plumbing 



Honwjmgj^eifnwito _ 



PLUMBING 
— SERVteC — 

Emargencle* li Repair* 




Free Estimate* 

S. L, Spencer 

Plumbing & Heating 
499-7807 




DEAL DIRECT WITH A 
Btmded-Insiired-Expniaioed 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 



ALUMINUM 
SIDING 




UPHOLfTtRV 
ANDMtON^ UPNOI,STKRY 

11 youf fumltur* I* sick.... bring 
It to Anderson's Uplwltfery for a 
face Ntttng. All work first clkas. 

Call 464^637 



Lot*l'««******* •UptoSYn. 

MlCol«»^'»^' "^^^ 

1^^^ FREE EatfanateaClMafti^ Oven 

SAVE YOUR ORIGINAL INVESTMENT 
In the NeV>boihood You Hdpod To Dflvdi^ and 
BMUtify... CdL. 

City GHistnictlon Ca 

206 W. 2tih St 627-0100 or 627-0208 
AnAliitoaofCI^RooftiiACoMtitttaiCo. 



Vacumm Cleaner 
Service _ 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 



Cril Uvtmk Bdlden of TUewiter forifl jrow 
buikUiig aad RmodcUaf. Let m add tbat wput 
room ymi'iv wanted, mnodd your ldtdea,fth 
idi yo» baaramt, inatd new dofltt ad win- 
dows. Abo oenumc and iteyi tie floon.toorqig 
andridii«. 

WMk p ei fo aae d ^ txfmH medttirict. 
Eaiytcnu 

FREE ESTIMATiS Ib Your Home 

WnUAL tUIIDBB 
OF TIDEWA1R. INC 



VAOJUM^O^ER 
SERVICE 

Al nakaa npaind fut 
Free |^k-ap k ^Uveiy 

497-6370 



imxwATm 

lYSTlMff 

WecaBlrittaaMatyalr 






SERVICE 

SH9 



SUOBaachnoBtATaL 



62S-8184 



62M186 



VDO 



CMI4BMS 



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PAGE 12~THE SUN-THURSDAY. MARCH 1, 1973 



SUN CLASSIFIED 



YIROinm BEACH. Where The LiviAo 1/ Leyeli| 




Fint Shot of New ifTS Jeam laterceptor in. The 
UMnute "GenUeman'R Expreat" 

Something New 
in Virginia Beach 



Office 
Building for 

Holland Rd. 



Don Fett, President, 
Pocahontas Center, Inc. has 
announced the devdopmoit 
of a new professiooal office 
building in the 4800 block of 
Hdland Road ill Virginia 
Beach. 

In ntaking the an- 
nouncement, Fett reported 
that Larasan Realty Cor- 
poration was appointed as 
exclusive leasing and 
management agents for the 
20,000 square foot com|riex. 

According to Fett, con- 
struction of ttie new building 
is now under way. 



Fred Sdes 
GRI 

Fred S<4es, manager of 
DeHart Realty, Inc. has 
succestfully completed the 
Realtor's Institute spon- 
sored by the Virginia 
Association of Realtors and 
the University of Virginia in 
CharlottesvUle. 

The Realtor's Instttute 
consists of 90 hours of 
formal instruction in ad- 
vanced Real Esbite sub- 
jects and is designed to 
improve the professional 
capabilities of those par- 
ticipating in the course. 
Every Juty, the Institute 
conducts a Graduate Course 
of 24 hoiffs, in which Mr. 
Soles has already enrolled 
for this year. Completion of 
this school entitles Mr. 
Soles to use the National 
designation of Graduate 
Realtors' Instiiute. (GRI). 



There's something new 
and unique in Virginia 
Beach. Grand TcNir Motor 
Cars Limited, at the foot of 
the expressway leading to 
the resort area of tiie beach, 
offers the ultimate in 
autmnobile luxury for the 
buyer with impeccable 
taste. 

They feature, exclusively 

in this area, Jensen-Healey, 

Jbe cars of distinction; and 



also Se fantastic Ferrari, 
Maserati, Rolls Royce, 
Bently, and Avanti by 
special order. A lovely all- 
^1 staff is there to serve 
you, headed by Margaret 



Silverman, wife of David 
Silverman, who is a partner 
in the business eith Francis 
M: O'NieU. Wortcing with 
her are Sachi Nappi, Susan 
Lasson, Maxene Alexander, 
ami Teada Stephens. These 
gracious girls have a total 
automobile knowledge to 
satisfy your questions and 
accommodate your needs. 

Their buyer travels to 
Europe three times a year 
to keep .their showrooms 
and sales stoff completely 
up to date on all styles and 
maintenance trends. 

Bud Vaughan heads a 
carefiiUy selected staff of 11 



highly qualified mechanics 
with 25 years experience 
They feel that only the finest 
men and most modern 
equipmott are good enough 
to service their customers. 

They also offer a variety 
of used cars, from sporty 
MGs to the elegant Cadillac. 
Full financing and 100 ver 
cent warranty are available 

'^ Visit the showrooms of 
Grand Tour Motor CCars 
Limited, 712 21st St., Va. 
Beach, soon. You will find 
the trip will be a unique and 
interesting experience. 





NEW LAWN O0N11IOL - 
DavU C. Hwaiek dspbys 
Ae aniqae lawa care 
efiipBieat that 
siHaltaneMsly seeds, 
ItrmuM and eoatrols for 
iasects, wee^ and hrngi in 



Safe 



the lawa Klsg. lae. system. 
Hwaiek was recently ap- 
pointed local agent fw the 
New Jersey firm and 
operates from his home la 
Green Ran. 




James Kennon Sharpe 
has been named vice- 
president and manager of 
the Penninsula tn-anch of 
Pemtrdte Realty & In-, 
surance Agency, Inc., 
president Richard E. 
Olivieri announced. 

Sharpe, before Joining the 
Virginia Beach-based 
organization, was assistant 
vice-president of Teagle 
Realty, Inc., Newport 
News. 

Sharpe is a member of the 
Newport News Lions Club, 



Iremior mu 

4254)955 

14liN.GnatNoek 
VhfUaBaMh,Va. 



Sharpe 



Penninsula Sales & 
Marketing Executive, Ltd., 
Trinity United Methodist 
Church and resides at 
Newport News with his wife 
Cardyn and two sons. 

Sharpe received his 
formal education at Dan- 
ville Community College 
and is also a graduate of 
Dale Carneige and the 
Newport News-Hampton 
Board of Realtors Schod. 



REAL ESTATE 
TRANSFERS 

Roy M. NitI Jr. el pis co 
Patrick Corp., let 12, block 
1«, plat of Cape Henry sec. 
D; tax $45. 

diaries 0. Tumbull et ux 
to Bower R. Patrick III et 
ttx, let I, Mock 13. plat of 
Sandbrldge Btach; tax 
tU.50. 

Sidney Allen Staffwd et 
ux to Robert S. Reynolds et 
ux, lot 1, Mock 27, plat of 
Princess Anne Plaza sec. 
12; tax S2S.25. 

Powell & Huntley Inc. to 
Kcnnetti A. Strahm et ux, 
lot 5, block G, plat of 
College Park sec. 3; tax 
$4). 

Valwynne Limited to 
Jean C. Br in et ux, lot A3, 
plat of Bell Haven; tax 
$3S.S5. 

Ronald K.KIsselletux to 
Valwynne Limited, lot 271, 
plat of Westmoreland 
Estates see. 1; tax S25.50. 

Jolin P. Brickner et ux to 
Richard A. Hudson et ux, 
site «, lot 44, plat of Lake 
Edward West sec. 2; tax 
S35.25. 

Connor & Foy Cons 
tructlon Corp. to Rex B. 
Fitch Jr. et ux, lot 28, plat 
Woods of Avalon se^. 3 ; taxi 
S49.05. 

Sea Breeze Farms to 
Lawrence Edward 
Gallagher Jr. et ux, lot 7, 
plat of Sea Breeze Farm 
sec. 2; tax $70.50. 

Elton E. Wood et ux to 
Dale C. Cooke et ux, lot 153, 
plat of PInewood Gardens; 
tax $28.$0. 

Murray Wholesale Drug 
Corp. to Jefferson 
Draughan Whitehead et ux 
Bayside Borough; tax 
$96.55. 

. Wayne C. Willis et ux to 
Thomas S. Orf et ux, lot 19, 
Mock 35. plat of Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 7; tax 
$3U0. 

Ralph B. Muse Jr. et ux 
to Clair E. Heckathorn, site 
9, lot 62, plat of Lake Edw 
ard West sec. 4; tax $39.90. ' 

John R. Miller et ux to 
Clarence K. Wildermuth et 
ux, lot 11, block K, plat of 
College Park sec. 2; tax 
$57. 

Shoal Development Corp. 
to Bobby Joe Underwood et 
ux, lot 12, plat of Lake 
Shores sec. 7; tax $55.0$. 

Jaden Development 
Corp. to The Brandon 
Company, parcel West side 
of Kempsville Road; tax 
$1,«90.50. 

Shoal Development Corp. 
to Beniamin F. Morris et 
ux, lot 9, plat of Lake 
Shorea.sec. 7; tax $55.05. 

Shoal Development Corp. 
to Farley Peechatka et ux, 
lot 6 plat of Lake Shores 
sec. 7; tax $59.25. 

Thomas W. Guffey et ux 
to Mary Loretta Mitchell, 



_ PEOPLES REALTY 

486-1423 



JIM STANLEY, REALTOR - MLS 



Usi Whh The Best! 
CROMWELL & AUSTIN 

REALITY BNC 
RENTALS - SALES 



CUSTOM BUILDING 
INSURANCE 
Princess Theatre BIdg. 




340-9761 





It feels 80 good! 



You'ra kwking for mi ■pwtiiMnt? And you'ra ihopping for 
FMionibIt pdoo, location ind what goodtai dw nwi dirawi 
In? Hang It all t^) and tort it out Nmbnika Court! Apart- 
manti matchai tha baat and goal on from diara. Click it off 
younaH: all utilMat bickMM -CompMilyaquipiMd khchan 
• fuNy carpatad, piut «itra fpu n dproof l ni Indda and out 
••Supar oonwaniant lucatioii wf inHluwy, hMd naw ■ 
am liv iRefM* 

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AmurrMeNTs 

MawKtalai-e^m 
lm id ^i tt*M.-t turn. /Urn 



Congratulations to 
Our Sales Leader 

For 1972 

Yearly Volume 



j*556,876 

Fral believes that a<AtoB 
^MSks touder than wordL 
Let him "act" for^ou in 
htiMUing all yoiur teal es- 

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SECTION B-PAGE 1-TH 



MARCH 1. 199!3 



Cox successfully defends State mat title 



Cox did it again! For the 

▼"second straight year. Cox will 

wear the State wrestling crown. 

The Falcons completely 

dominated last weekend's State 

Wrestling Championship Meet 

and served notice on all pr^ent 

that they would be the team to 

beat in the years to come. 

Lee High School, a Northern 

. Region enh^. finished second. 

It was a distant second. 



however, finishing nearly 30 
points behind the highrflying 
Falcons, 70i»-41. 

Seven of the eleven Beach 
matmen entering the State 
meet flnished in the top four. 
Individual State champioiships 
were won l^ Princess Anne's 
Ken Nowlin (98) and Cox's 
Chris Conkwright (119). Mike 
Battalio (126), Mike Newbern 
(138). and James Gaudreau 



(185). Scott Harrell of Cox 
finished second at 132, and 
Kempsville's Mark Barbee 
{Aaced fowth at 145. 

The meet was clearly evident 
that the balance of mat power 
has shifted to Cox. Most of the 
Cox wrestlers won handily. The 
Cox varsity and junior varsity 
has lost just tlffee dual mwts 
each in the last five yean. 

Cox's Conkwrighf, NJew&om, 




EVERYONE SEEMS TO BE LOOKING 

AT SOMETHING. The crowd is watching 

he ac ion. The official is watching the 

wresUers. Cox matman Scott Harrell is 



looking a his coach for advice. Great 
Bridge's .\r hur J«»nes (lop wrestler) is 
lo(.klng a well. Sco.i Harrell. 



and Gaudreau will be back 
again next year to defend their 
State titles. Harrdt, runner-up 
at 132. wiU also be back for 
another shot, and Princess 
Anne's Nowlin will also be 
around to defend his crown next 
season. 

Ken Nowlin won all four of his 
State meet matches easily. Tie 
opened with a 5^ blanking of 
Thomas Dale's Virtue, drfeated 
Lee's^tAie 12-5 i» Ui e cpar^ 
terfinals, whipped Granby's 
Shiver 11-3 in the semifinals, 
and then swamped W.T. 
Woodson's WHttemore 11-6 for 
the State title at 98 pounds. 

Chris Conkwright won the 119 
pound title by defeating George 
Mardiall's Brown 4-2. Conk- 
wright opened the meet with a 
five minute pin over Freeman's 
Campbell, and then over- 
powered J.E.B. Stuart's Har- 
vard, the Northern Regional 
champ, 11-1 in the quar- 
terfinals. His stiffest com- 
petition came from Men- 
chville's Carl Toops, who 
defeated CoiAwright a week 
earlier for the Eastern Regional 
title. Conkwright defeated him 
4-3 this time around to give him 
the shot at the State crown. 

Mike Battalio had a pretty 
easy time of it until the 
championship match, where he 
edged J.E.B. Stuart's Hicks for 
the 126 pound title. Battalio 
opened with a 17-5 decision over 
Jones of Hot Springs, and then 
he got into the championship 
match by beating Oakton's Kish 
11-5 in the quarterfinals and 
T.C. Williams' Lee 6-2 in the 
semifinals. 

Mike Newbern won the 138 
pound title with the only pin in 
the championship round. 
Scarcely woirking up a sweat in 



IT IS A TENSE MOMENT for Cox's assistant wrestliAg 
c<iach. Ge<»rge McGovern. The coach's anxiety turned lo 
pure joy when James Gaudreau won his State crown. 



his four matches, Newbern 
culnninated the action by pin- 
ning MenchviUe's Webb in 3:54. 
Newbern won all his matches 
with lopsided scores. After a 
first round 11-1 win over 
Freeman's Myers, he breezed 
past Lar^lQT's Schibbe, M, in 
the (piarteKinals and Norview's 
Walsh, M, in the semifinals. 

James Gaudreau downed 
Lee's Eeedy for the 185 pound 
Qtle in a relatively close match 
7-5. Gaudreau registered a 1:51 
pin over H(q)eweirs Knotts in 
the first round and then edged 
J.E.B. Stuart's Temple in the 
quarterfinals 4-2. 

Scott Harrell won his first 
three matches to get into the 132 
pound championship bout, but 
he finished runner-up for the 
State title when he was d^eated 
by Great Bridge's Jones 8-2. 
Harrell had little trouble 
winning his first three matches. 
He opened with a 9-3 win over 
Meadowbrook's Morris, 
decisioned Lampher of Falls 
Church 10-2 in the quarterfinals, 
and downed Robinson's Kuhr 
10-4 in the semifinals. 

Kempsville's Mark Barbee 
Tinished fourth at 145 pounds. 
He looked very strong in the 
opening^ round when he beat 
Petersburg's Lewis 6-2 in the 
opening round and James 
Wood's Carter 7-2 in the 
quarterfinals. In one of the most 
even matches of the tour- 
nament, Barbee got the ap- 
proving nod of the referee in 
overtime to defeat Kellam's 
Gene Bunn in the consolation 
matches. Barbee lost a 7-3 
decision to Churchland's Sat- 
terthwaite in the semifinals and 



A MOST HAPPY FELLOW! Ken Nowlin fooled the 
pr<»gii»s ica ors Sa urday night by winning the M pound 
S a e wres ling championship, and he leaves the mat 
proud as a peacock. 

Pete Withers named 
"Player of the Week" 



THE WINNER! The mat ofneial Ufu JamM Gamh-eaa's 
ar» in the tradiiionai victory signal after GaaA-eau wm 
he IBS pmind Siaie title. 



Pete Withers, a Virginia 
Wesleyan College s<^homore 
who helped lead the Marlins to 
four victories in their last five 
starts, has been chosen NAIA 
District 29 "Basketball Player 
of the Week. " according to Gene 
Warren, public relations 
direcbH- for District 29. 

Wither, a six-foot guard frran 
Bayside High School in Virginia 
fieach. scored 16 points against 
Shenandoah and tlwn exploded 
for a 30-point mitburst against 
Greensboro. In the Greensboro 
contest, he hit five of seven field 
goal attempts and was 20 for 23 
at the free throw line. 

In a one point decision over 
St Andrew's. Withers hit eight 
field goals and was nine for nine 
at the free throw line. In tiK 



was pinned in 2:40 by Langley's 
Anderson in the third-place 
bout. 

Glen Felthousen won three of 
his five 112 pound matches. He 
opened with a 7-3 win over 
Manchester's Bryant and then 
lost a 7-2 decision to Lee's 
I..awson in the quarterfinals, ^n 
the consolation rounds, he 
defeated Northside's Thomas 
by default and decisioned T.C. 
Lewis' Roggeiricamp 5-3 before 
being eliminated with a 3-1 loss 
to Deep Creek's Taylor. 

Kellam's Jay Payne won his 
first two 128 pound matches, but 
was eliminated when he lost his 
next two. Payne opened with a 
9-3 win over Dale's Horn and a 
54 quarterfinal victory over 
Robinson's Underwood. He then 
lost his c(Mfisolation match 11-6 
to Petersburg's Bell and his 
semifinal match 2-0 to J.E.B. 
Stuart's Hicks. 

Gene Burai, also of Kellam, 
took three of his five matches at 
145. He opened with an 8-4 
decision over Barfield of 
Colonail Heights, but was 
INnned by Mt. Vernon's Lorenzo 
in the quarterfinals (3:04). In 
the consolations, Bunn defeated 
Stafford's McMinis 8-5 and 
Bethel's Reeves 1-0 before being 
eliminated on a referee's 
jecision in overtime to Kemps- 
ville's Mark Barbee. 

Another Kellam matman, 
Tim Terry, won his first two 185 
pound matches and then was 
eliminated by losing the next 
two Terry got off to a good 
qpening round start when he 
pinned McCarter of Colonial 
Heights in 2:30. 




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A STATE CHAMPION EXPRESSES HIS HAPPINESS- 
Mike Newbern, ihe 138 pound State wrestling champion, 
expresses his happiness in winning the title Saturday. : 





CHRIS CONKWRIGHT MANEUVERS HIS OPPONENT in o p<isiiion for the win that gave the Cox sophomore the 



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Of course, that leaves you a weekend to come on 
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final game of the s«i8on against 
North Carolina Wesleyan. he 
added 13 points to the ^^ 
victory. 

For the seasim. Withers has 
stayed on the free throw line an 
amazing amount of time 
because (rf his driving tactics 
toward the basket and his ball 
handling ability. He has 
responded by making 159 of 197 
frw tlnrow attempts. 

"Pete is a great athlete and 
conpetitor,^?' says his coach. 
Don Forsyth. "An outstanding 
leader, he was chosen' team 
captain both as a freshman and 
a sophtxnore. While we did nsA 
do well from the won-lost 
standpoint ( 5-15) , it was no fault 
"of Pete's. Heaveraged nearly 18 
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1973. 





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1973. 




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WWSKXOH B-PAGE 2-THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 

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Six Virginia Beach cage 
teams made the Eastern 
District playoffs. Three were 
varsity teams — Princess Anne, 
Cox and Bayside — and three 
were junior varsity — First 
Colonial, Kdlam, and Princess 
Anne. 

Ail three varsity teams were 
eliminated in the opening round 
of play. Kellam's junior varsity 
made it to the semi-finals, but 
the junior varsity forces of First 
Colonial and Princess Anne 
were knocked out in their 
opening games. 

In junior varsity play, 
Kellam's Melvin Brockett set a 
new school scoring record by 
hitting sixteen field goals and 
seven foul shots for 39 points in 
the opening game against 
Booker T. This broke Sonny 
Blackmon's 37-point record set 
last season. Brian Macon was 
the leading scorer in the semi- 
final game against Granby. 
Macon had 23 tallies. 

Alan Turner led the First 
Colonial junior varsity scorers 
with 17 points. Bobby Allen was 
top rebounder with 17. The 
Princess Anne game was 
probably the most thrilling of 
the season, with the Cavalier 
junior varsity losing in four 
overtimes, 72-71, to Granby. 






.. JEW SCHOOL RECORD for junior varsity scoring at 
Kdlan was set by Melvin Brockett (32) during the tour- 
nament. A Bodier T. player seems to be giving Brockett a 
Uft as he puts La the two points that set ttie record. 



IT'S TWO POINTS for Jim 
G<iffigan (35). The Bayside 
varsity star giies up over the 
BiNtker T. defenders for 
ano.her score. 



teams 



led Bayside scorers with 27 
tallies, but the game wound up 



in Booker T.'s favor. Mike Ange 
was the game's top scorer with 



23 points in the Cavalier's loss to 
Granby. 





SOMEBODY IS ALWAYS GRABBING at the baU. or fo It 
appears (o Princess Anne's jnnimr varsity sUDdout Bill 
McCoy during he Cavaller-Granby UMrnament gane. 



IT CAN BE PRETTY ROUGH UNDER 
iTHE BOARDS. Cox's Randy Robinson 
throws his shoulder and elbow into 



Maury's Willie Young (32) to keep him 
away from the ball. Young returns the 
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THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973-THE SUN-SECTION B-PAGE 3 



Kempsville girls win Beach gymnastics title 



WILLIE TOWNES OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH IS IN FRONT moDimtarUy 
during the season's first day of. racing at 



Mld-Eait. Behind Townes are Bill Mayer 
(78) and Jim Tiripp (8). (Bruce Colwell 
plioto). 



Bruce Lember wins his class 
in moto-cross season opener 



KempsvUle finlihed its girls' 
gynuMsUci Mason untMeatod 
to take ttw top spot in the flnal 
Virginia Beach standings. The 
Kempsville girls won all five of 
their matches. Runner-up 
honcrs went to Princess Anne, 
winner of four of Qidr five 
matches, with their only loss 
being to Kero(»viUe 

Konpsville completed their 
only undefeated season in four 
years of competition by 
dowidng KeUam 63.S3^4.45 last 
Tlursday ni^t The Kemps- 
ville girls woo first place in 
every event, and they took 
second in every event except 
one. 

The Kempsville win was led 
by Wanda Cowan, Debbie 
Divelbiss, (Huisty Proctor, and 
Slnron James. Wanda Cowan 
took balance beam honors, 
Sharon James won the unevoi 
parallel bar competition, 
Debbie Divelbiss won the 
tumbling and free exercise 
events, and Christy Proctm* 
took vaulting honors. 

Kempsville has been led all 
season by Sharon James, 
Debbie Divelbiss, and Christy 
Proctor. Debbie and Chrtity 
have placed in virtually eva7 
match In the four events they 
work. Sharon has won con- 
sistently on the uneven parallel 
bars, Iwr specialty. 

The Kempsville girls are 
participating in two college 



matdm lUa iraek. They met 
Old Dominion Univwalty 
llMiday night, and on Fridiy 
tlMgp iriU be at Loi«wood. Both 
meets aboukl serve as great 
tuM-upa • for the Eastern 
Regknal Gymnaatica Meet at 
Princess Anne High School on 
March tOth. 

Princess Anne clinched 
second place Thursday idgM 
with a M.8B47.0ft win over 
Bayside. Both teams had been 
tied for second place prior to Uie 
match. 

Nan Dick and Unda Oeasy 
paced die PrinosM Anne wfaa. 
Nan won the- vacating and 
tumbling competition, and 
Unda won in floor exerciie and 
shared flrst place on the uneven 
parallel bars with Bayside's 
VickiBarr. 

Prtneass Anne swept all three 
places in vaulting, but Bayside 
did Just as wdl on. the balance 
beam to ken the match dose. 
Sheree Bond won the balance 
beam evoit, and Vicki Barr tied 
for first on the uneven parallel 
bars. 

Nan Dick flniahed die season 
widi 104.8S points, an average of 

10.91 polnis per meet. She was 
die top point-maker for the 
Cavaliers. 



KEMPSVILLE «S.9S, 
KELLAM 44.45 



BALANCE BEAM - _ _ 
1. Wanda Covnn. Kempsville 
t. Chrisly Proctor, Kemps- 
ville 

S; Buniqr Wadsworth, 
KeQsm ."T" 

FREE EXERCnSE • 

1. Pebble Divelbiss, Kemps- 
ville 
1 Bunnpr Wadsworth, Kdlam 
9. Tamttnie Corey, Keltam 

VAULTING - 

1. Chriaty Proctor, Kempor 
ville 

2. Deb)>ie DivdMas, Kemps- 
ville 

3. Deniae Hall, Kempsville 

TUMBUI4Q- 

1. IM>bie Diven)iss, Kemps- 
ville 

3. Christy Proctor, Kemps- 
ville ^^ 

3. Tsmmie Corey, Kdlam 

UNEVEN PARALLEL BARS • 
1. Sharon James, Kempsville 
3. Debbie Divdbiss, Kemps- 
ville 
3. RoKame Wagner, Kdlam 

PRINCESS ANNE 64.85, 
BAYSIDE 17.06 

VAULTING - 

1. Nan Dick, Princess Anne 

2. Linda Creasy, Princess 
Amw 

3. Sue Norton, Princess Anne 



TUMBUNG- 
1. Nan Dick, Princeu Anne 
3. Br«ida Coles, Bayside 
3. Anne Weatherly, Bayside 

BALANCE BEAM • 
1. Shvree Bond, Bayside 
3. Alma Kelly, Bayside 
3. Anne Weatherly, Bayside 

FLOOR EXERCISE • 
1. Linda Creasy, Princess 

Anne 
3. Nan Dick, Princess Anne 
3. Anne Weatherly, Bayside 

UNEVEN PARALLEL BARS - 
1. Tie: Vidci Barr, Bayside, 



.s 

and Linda Creasy, Princesf:: 
Anne -*: 

2. Linda Crovatt, Princess:; 
Anne ;t; 

3. Debbie Coy, Baysii^e s; 



FINAL STANDINGS 



KEMPSVILLE 
PRINCESS ANNE 
BAYSIDE 
COX 

FIRSTCOLONIAL 
KELLAM 



W 
5 
4 

3 
3 
2 




2-: 



Brian Williams, Tim 
Daily^ fifth in track 



Virginia Beacii's Indoor 
trackmen were ioundly out- 
classed in the Slate Group AAA 
Indoor Track Meet.in Lexington 
Saturday. Only two City 
tracksten finished in the top 
five in two events^ 

Tim Dally ol Princess Anne 
finished fifth in the long Jump 
competition. His jump 
measured twenty-two feet, 
eight and one-half inches. 

First Colonial's Brian 
Williams took fifth place in the 
pole vault. His jump cleared the 



bar at thirteen feet and nine 
inches. 

Friday ni^t 
final sign-i^)6 

The Virginia Beach Little 
League will hdd their flnal 
registration in the lunch room of 
the Virginia Beach Junior High 
School on Friday, March 2nd, 
between 7 and 9 p.m. This will 
be the last registration hdd 
before try-outs begin. 



Another moto-cross season 
began Sunday at Mid-East. 
Under a bright sun, 150 riders 
entertained over a thousand 
spectators with racing on a fast 
track. 

Bruce Lember led a strong 
contingent from Virginia 
Beach. He won the 175cc class 
by outpointing Jerry'^Mayers. 
This was Lember's first race 
following his shoulder injury 
last year. 

Going into the third and final 
moto of the I25cc class, Smokey 
Miller of Virginia Beach was 
tied for first with Roy Roper 
and Steve Lewis. On the last lap 
while close behind Lewis, Miller 
Cell. Roper then passed Lewis in 
the last five yards, and Miller 
took third on overall points. 

In the 2S0CC class, anotlier 
three-way tie developed, this 
time involving Jimmy White 
and Jim Tripp of Virginia 



Beach and Larry Wiekert. 
..Tripp was involved hi an ac- 
cident at the start. Coming from 
dead last as a rssalt. he flnished 
fifth in the race to take third in 
his class overaU. White did not 
finish. 

Mid-East plans to hold moto- 
crosses every other week until 
next wiirtMr. The next race will 
get underway at 1 p.m. on Sun- 
day, March Uth. -. 



Grand Openuigf 




RESULTS 

100 cc CLASS 
Phil Rop«r 
Bill Mayers 
RICHARD lOBST 
Mike Stamey 
HENRY ROBERTSON 

12S cc CLASS - ._ 
Roy Roper 
Steve Lewis 
SMOKEY MILLER 
Steve Wilkins 
Chip Mahanes 

ITSccCU^ 
BRUCE LEMBER 
Jerry Mayers 
JAYTON LOWE 
Danny Atkins 
Barry Raglin 

2S0CC CLASS 
Larry Wiekert 
Bill Mayers 
JIM TRIPP 
Don Higgle 
MIKEMCRAE 

OPEH CLASS 
Jory Mayers 
Mark Green 

Steve Lewis — 

Ed Rakes 

BILL CLAUBAUGH 

Junior crossers 
David Braxton 
JAY KAUFMAN 
Troy Gr<Hilx 



MINI-CROSSERS 
JIM TRIPP GOES OVER Jim SUUings 

HILL in his 25«cc 

class. The Beach cyclist 
placed bird in his ilass 
iiverall. 



DONALD MANNING^ 

Todd Groulk 

Note: Beach racers are in all 
caps. 







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that^funtodrivei 

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Laura K. Dixon wede 
Gregory T. Dickinion 



Tl»iiiiifli|ii(yyriKillii 

SMd BMwy fNmii 
HMR IIM iitiii in 
i»Mitl!il9|>m.ii/MI 

AUMUwmlilliv. WiUliffl 
P. liirtiF if. ifHtliKiil; 

fDt krMi ii IM iimp ft 
€apt. Mi Mn< JihR §wlii 

ttMR ^ ViPgiHil iMih. IM 
MMRllttllHAlfdr MiMN. 

ftiMU Qmri dlekiMiH if 
kniiiii-lla> 

TNNmwiiilVMiwiy^, 
hwnUMPilhiwiNigiwiiil 
imv liik Mi Milfli ueMMi 
^tk yMi Mi ilM¥i irlffl 0I 
femnii tan, m iiluiiM viii 
wu miii if Iruawii Iin frim 
Mr fpiMlniltiiP'i wiiiiM 
irm. nw liwfl iIm featuNi i 
MlMiriilriiii. MwiirrMi 
iMMNi if tyhi Nin Mi 

jJii divii if ihrivipirl, 
Ui, MTVli u Riiii if hMW. 

fii WMPi a lurvNiN riiiffon 
mi wltti wiNN wiM* 
, Mi iliiVii biMii Witt 

,.^;ttM,iMbfriiilwiUiM 



Iriitimaiii win Linii 
Kiili8fVMiialiach,Btair 
ninfirif^iiyffllNi. Mlu.i Mi 
Mh, (iBiMi WlMtiii if fm 
Wallin liaih, rii. fhiir 
eMiumM ani fiiwm fflililMi 
ihiM if IN maii if IwMf < 

Mi^ii ai liii Hfl'i but man. 
Uihm wiN fHiiitp Mey yglitin 
if Harlfari. em.i danlii 
ilbM if 6tiviiaHi< qhiii 
Oivii WiImMh if M. «}iliH' 

WiMiNi if hrl Wallin Biaet), 

A mtpiiiii wai Mii ai tiw 
PiiiffliHl §rlvln| Ciub. 
Atlania; Tha aaupiijiani a 
lummir wiiiiRi trip. m\/ wiii 
lt¥i In Aiianla. 

TM Mii ii a iraiyaia if 
Nirfiili AiaiiRiy ani ayrrantl)^ 
aitanii Imary Untvariily 
(Alianta) whan ilta ii a 
manhir if AliAa Mta P\ 
wrariMf. 

TM araiM ia a graiyata if 
MlUry Mil <VM ani 

ItNMM Mmjn.h Ha ia 

1MvM«&|liiiit«fBaiiM^ 





Mr». QHim fhamai DIelflnion 

I ,, 

Anne M. Pillow wieds 
David Thompson Jr. 




OAn Aim ttivay 



Vimon Wreiuoh 



Mr. ani Mra. iyiMa^ilian 
Mivar if Vli#ila laaah an< 

iRy|MariOiMiAMHavay«M 
mTotm Vf iMi Wranaah, 
aaa af Mi. ani Mn. Varnan 
Wranafhafifdiniineraiii,Wli. 

TIM Mii>ti>toii a iraiyaia 
if layalia Hl|h lehail whtfa 
alM waa a flWRtar af jha tB> 
Siailand T^an^loili^. 
•ha la ayrramty amylayii ^ 
flMNaplfiDniiliarafihatii. 



Har flanaaa li a ira^iia ff 
daliMM eraak HUjIi laltwl n 
WliaanilR ani ii lyrrantly 
ap^niaaafflaiiMleirHman 
afiirtiaUlitniaffaniinia. 



Domw Marie Boblitt to 
wed Stei^ieiLPaul Hobb 




Mrii XitiilaM ttatoiill of 
ttyatanan. va.. annaywti (tia 
anaiMiiUHii air^nir iaui^tef, 
BMiiMariilaUattafViriHia 
laaeh, la il^an Paul Hibi, 

SI Miblaa ia alia tha 
lar af ItM lala DiHAii t. 
ittarfianiaatiilMUMief 
liritattnniiUir«tyttabbi 
afViriniaiaaahi 

tm briicM-bi ta 1 araiuaM 
at 4mm Mvar ttlih lahail in 
iyahanan ani praaaMli^ m- 
■laiii \^ tk P Tiiatihoni 
iamaany. Har (taniM li a 

liyalai 



Eiaaia if Prlnaaii Ahmi Mtgh 
laat ani II lyrranuy in 
inaai im Mi fattiar. 



Dnaiii Maria taMait 



AnAprilfwaiiiniiiiiannai 
in eiMiapaaka. 



Kindergarten regiitratbn 



law efa«k t^riiaytarlaH 
ilini«f|ariMt, sti s. fUtMMdni 
aaait Wilt hdid oftdn ttoyti iiui 

rtiiitralidfi fd: the fall Mtiafi 
mm Wi Sft.aftlajf, March 8, 
ttm I l.m.-h'jin ai tni chufSh. 
A nursait i^tiiA ftH a iltnited 
Mtfn^ af 4'yUf'0Mi t/M be 

•ffiNi In aMiliM it> km- 



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yoWs 



mmwm.i^^fmBmmi 



Mill Anna Marpis ^itlew Ahd 
Davli Uf fhompiOH Jt- wet-e 
rnarriad oh mmm ^^ ^ 
Thalia United Matiiailitdiur^ 
in a iauHa Hna eerafflony with 
tha ftav Wari L: fienat and th« 
m ttouilan & t^iiiow ef^ 
fieiaiifli; 

fha friia ii tfia iauahtaf of 
lb, ani Mn John themag 
mm 6f VirgHia iaash. fii« 

S>aafH is ^iisR af Me and Mfi 
ivti ftw f hempaon if. of 

Ayburo, KM, 

fha briie wore a long gown df 
wMta lata^aeay immnA with 
appli(|tiati w Alent!on laca and 
taadpaarlawitii a dhapel^lsHiih 
tralfl^ gha mtn a itiatdhitig 
haadaia^e with ihouideMangth 
vail. Bh« carried a while t^fa^ef 
heak with white orchid aod 
aarnattofl petal streamers. 

Mn. tfana ehethorg ot 
VIrilnia beach aerved ai her 
liitar'a matron of honor. i$he 
ware a paatel pink ehifion aown 
with long sleeven and lace- 
trimmd bodice ahd necitline. 
Iha aarriai a noaaiiay of white 



and blue carnationi, 

iuian t^itlow waa her aiiter'a 
maid of honor. Har fiitel hlue 
ehirton gown wai ilantieal ta 
dial worn by the matron of 
hotidr.Hheearriedaneiega)^of 
white and pink earnationa, 

Karen l. Hughaa and Ba«k|f 
U. mm were arldeamaiii; 
fammy i. fhompian wai 
juwor brideimald and Tina H. 
darr waa flawerairl: Their 
dreaaea matehed thoae of tha 
honor aHandanti. alternating in 
pink and blue. 

David tt. thtimpson Sr. 
served as hl« lon'a best man. 
droomsmen were tionald 1, 
thofflpaon, Handy L. Chalhora, 
Mewrfu. uoHJr. anddonnR. 

MaclJeod 

Muaic waa provided bv 
drganist Arlene tubbi, with 
soloi b^ Mn. Hillle^Jae^iie 
i^hepheard. 

A reception followed the 

ceremony in the church locial 

hail. Aft«r a wedding trip to 

New Hampshire, the couple will 

, live in Norfolk. - 




Mrs. David Roy Tbompsim, Jr 

UmmmttBAim flower arranging 



" Mra. Stanley P. Strickland of 
Virginia Beach, who holds the 
profeisioHal degree of 
"JeninSahye" or permanent 
eounciler ^ the Sogetsu School 
of tkebanai will demonstrate 
this art of ^apaneae flower 



arranging at an exhibit and 
wtirkshop sponsored by toyo 
Trading Company at ihfe 
Naiional Spring dift Show, 
currently in New York. 
.Mrs. Strickland owna the 
Lantern, a flowpr and gift ahop. 



iargartMi aiaaaaa far i-yiir- 
oiii. tihiliran myalia I yaan 
eld bafara eaaanbtf I tar M 
kiniiriarliH aiaiiai ani 4 
yean iM Mhra BmiMr i tar 
tha flyriw riNi. 

Mlra mrMiiaa may to 
o»(iinaii^iaia|g4Haiiar 




haAiiNapino ^pd 

SHAMI^OO i iir M ^^ 
aiTOUCH ' l|^® 

NRMANINT l^^l 

MOITINO I \ O^O 

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OCEANA BIAUTY 
AtADlMY 

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*•>«: ^ V '*iv^iiar>. 



Shirley Louise Bowden 
weds Ridiard Robbins 



tiiNl!»liiii!!!ta'&b?^^^ S^ini WiiiTHi 



Riahari Jinai RabMa, an 
ratmary M in a aaMMIiiM 
aarifflmy at kutiMMn etairah 
iffiilMlliaptoriwi,tii.l)ii 
HavJiaiiiinTwtap8ffi^iMni> 

Ttolriiaii|iiiAU|Mirif 
Mn. Harry, aabirtiaytaairt 
arnail Kllliri Biwiin if 
Virgnii luah. 

TM griin ii Iha aan tf Mr, 
aniMfi<MciiariA,aabMniif 
etyii, dMft 

ThibriiiwiaiivMawBy^ 
har tattitr. iw wara a ate 
naekai aanitaiiiht lilk ariania 
liwn Willi iMii fHM diivia, 
Tha baiiii ani liaavai wara 
taiMMai af angiiah nai ani 
TaayMMa taaa rf a iarhar 
eaniltiiiJil aalar, Thi iwaapiM 
ihaNi Min waa aMti^yai wti 
anlM ani Tiat»an|a liii> 
Iha Mrriai an awarjinint af 
biiia ui aaru *M flawara 
widi pinh laa raaakuii. 

Mri, farraal bawia af Waf- 
law, N.e.) aarvti u nalran af 
hanar. Hia wara a jawn af 

km hiaipiaaa, Mw larriai a 
Biynial af iriai Mga fliWiH 
animM m laaraaaf. . 
Briiaamaiia wara €aralyn 



Biiiay af Virainia Baaah ani 
Marianna HaMlm af ejyil, 
OMa,aiilarifttta|raini<TMir 



eailyinai matehal tha lawn 
warn iiy Ma maM'an af hanar: 

earaiba t^awii, gaiahiii 9I 
iw briia, aarvai ai flewariiri 
ani wara a linh atnpira^a«iiMi 
iraii. iha aarriai a baakat af 
pink toaraaai and baiga ba^'a 
Inaih, 

Li emir, ttandalph Wiia af 

^n'flilrilyrlOSa 
af f larlia, rrai lt«nar trf 
Hiihtilawn. NJ. Hanali 
RaBMni of eiarkivilla, Tann.. 
brathar of the graaffl, ani 
gtyart .iahnien of Winitan' 
iaiaffl. N,§. ^^ ^ 

A raaajtian wai hrii at tha 
deaana mk Aftar a waiini 
Mplalhadriattt,tiiaaayBiawin 
raaiia in Miiiian Baaan, Ian 
diaga, eaijf, ' ^ 

Tha briie ia a graiyate af 
Prinaaii Anna High lahaai and, 
prior te har marriaga, wai 
ampiayad ai a ranai itatyiia 
yiaraput at National Maalaai 
eara, Norfalk; 

Tha graaffl ii a iraiyaia af 
eiyia (OMa) ttighlahaal ani 
yMU4 Navy Aeaiiffly; Hail 

praiMQifitatroflad in Ian Stage 
Bbaari h till Mebila: 




Mra. RtaliiPi (linai RabMM 



Miaa Chryaiaae Paaaaria 1 
viibd John Md)onald Jr. 



Mr. ani Mn, ItMiw ean^ 
Hantina Paaaaria af virgnk 
Baaah annaunaa^ _^Hia 
anpgamant af tii^r iay^ilar, 

ai.»..»i.*A a^&MMoaln AaaaAaia kA 



Attn'ia' " "MaBMaii' 
ifaaiiianviUa> N,e. 



Mill PaiM^ ia a Miyai 
afMampaiMMMilalMlBr 
ii earrantiv aiunitng dl 



_jia 

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BainiHieti "Univariity. Her 

,}aAMiiviite{N.C)Hlrtiahael 
aniia UmviNi^ tf Na^^ 
SralinaiidCipfHiHali 
eyrranffy itahami ibaard tha 
iiraraft aarriar ttimiii m 
NiwparlNiM. 
AihuawaMiHg 



'Give-Away Day' benefits charity 



The Prinaau Anna Wofflan'a 
eiubof Virginia Baaah raaantly 
obaarvad "liva'Away Say" at 
iti monthly maatlna at Saatt 
Mymorlal Unltai Ifat^iiii 
ehurah, 

H.tt.MaPharaonipreaidentof 
Dnlofi Mliiian eiiliiran'a 
Hofflai. raaeivai a |il,llM ahaak 
from Mra. Uey Rabaaon, 
general ohalrman of tha lan 
Anilqyei §haw lala. Ha ae* 
ceptad It for Hope Havan 
Children'M Hame In Virginia 
Ui'aahi 

Tha Rav. «fohn H. Jordan, 
chairman of Virginia Beach 
Armed iarvlcai Haialtality 
llouae. aaaaptai a m ehaak 
for the communliy prejaet. 

MN.UroyVauahan, director 

of aciiviilea at Hope Havan, 

accepted a IKJO chaak la ba yiai 

JiiLcrafi luppllet 




' Tft AniKiya ihow iale alio 2[? iiS'^I!i;'^« tw 1 ilJSSLiSS'fflll SliS 

provided 11,900 for lahalarihipk f^i»' ^ri, WIHoh. Milei, Mri. La«y Rabaaon, MMi Itray 

and m for tha Virginia Mantal Vayghan. (itaHijMi) tha Rav. John Jdrilflt Mra. A J, 

HaallH i<'ouHdatt6n, HyniiMg ani M, R. MefheraoH, 



It ^«ii amtd i—Mailiirf laniii 




luoqiM 

IIM lilATI Gd, 



Linda Wagner engaged 
to Robert John ygan 



icyilde Jfa Wemen'i Ciub 
Oeniee leie 

lATUiDAY • MAICH I 



tffidr. and Mra. imtm W. 
Wagnar af Virginia Baach 
aMMaynca tha aAiiiiWflt of 
Milr iauahtar, Oiia iiouiae 
Wagnar, m Lt. ttobert John 
LMan, ion of Mr. and Mn. 
8#ird Logan of tiaaan ci^« 

Thi brlia^ia^ba iriiyatii 
fran Mttfiaiawit m\ High 
Mahaal, aitanaid BMlan 
iinlvaraiiy it^ aarnai htr Bl 
k§m It Radford ealiaia. Bhi 
ka g^atrintdalaniai 

Har fianiaa n a gradyala af 
the U.i. Naval Aaaianty ani 
raeeivad hia ffiaiter'i iagraa 
from ^MnMtan t^ntvanity. Ha 
ii currently atatioAai-aboari 
tita m kenned^. 

A March 14 wedding la 
ptanmi. 



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^tCTION B~ Page 6' THE SUN-THURSDAY. MARCH 1. 1973 

* Alert in our Time' theme 
for World Day of Prayer 



All persons of every faith are 
invited to the World Day of 
Prayer celelrfation sponsored 
by Church Women United of 
Virginia Beach to be held at St 
Nicholas Catholic Church. 644 
Little Neck Road. Friday. 
March 2 at 11 a.m. A nursery 
will be provided. 

The Reverend Martin C. 
Poch, DC, chairman of 'the 
Commission on World Hunger 
for \hf Lutheran Church- 
Missouri Synod will be the 
speaker. Dr. Poch was bom in 
London, England and wa$ 
graduated from Concordia 
Seminary. St. Louis, Mo. His 
Alma Mater granted him an 
honorary Doctor of Divinity 
Degree In 1949. He served as an 
Army chaplainiii the Philllpines, 
with the Army of Occupation in 
Japan, and in Alaska and 
Europe, retiring with the rank 
of colonel. Upon retirement 
from the Army, he became 
pastor of the Pilgrim Lutheran 
Church in Washington, DC. and 
served as president of the 
Southeastern District of his 
"church until 1970. 

the 1973 World Day of Prayer 
Service was written by church 
women of New Zealand. The 




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women of New Zealand explain 
(he theme "Alert in our Time" 
through their expression of 
these concerns. "Because of our 
isolation, there has always been 
something of a time-lag bet- 
ween us and the more populous 
countries. This has given us 
time to prepare for social 
changes but it also means that 
wo tend to be onlookers of the 
world scene, rather than par- 
ticipants. Our small population 
of under three million in a 
country roughly the size of 
Kngland, our high standard of 
living, abundant food and 
temperate climate-all these are 
a temptation for us to live 
complacently and to watch the 

5 on Tech 
dean's list 

Five Virginia Beach students 
were among 231 students in 
Virginia Tech's College of 
Education to make the dean's 
list during the winter quarter. 
Sixty-one made all A's or a 
perfect 4.0 average. 

The Beach students are: 
Carol L. Ballard, a senior in 
health, physical education; 
Diane L. Gawrys, a junior In 
distributive education; Thomas 
H. Goodrich, a senior in health, 
physical education; Lon M. 
Hurdis, a junior in English 
education; Therese S. Thatch- 
er, a freriiman in elementary 
educatioa. 



ouisidf world go by qn our 
television screens. However, 
Christians and tMiAing New 
Zealanders are greatly con- 
cerned with the world problems 
(if hunger, population explwion, 
fear of nuclear war, pollution of 
Ih environment, and economic 
and social needs both here and 
abroad." 

The Christian belief that faith 
should not be separated from 
action is carried out through the 
World Day of Prayer ob- 
servances. Around the world 
women give to the offering 
which is used to support the 
programs of Intercontenlal 
Mission - the process by which 
Church Women United par- 
ticipates in a ministry to people 
all over the world. The funds are 
used for new projects to 
broaden the understanding of 
American Indians and to offer 
them training in significant 
skills; the comfrietion of a five- 
year project to publish 100 new 
titles of children's books in five 
languages, a new program for 
women in the Carribbean to 
broaden their knowledge of 
nutrition and to improve their 
skills in native crafts; opening 
of child care centers in a 
number of cities and towns 
throughout the U.S., and other 
projects. 

The small group of women 
who started World Day of 
Prayer in 1887 have seen their 
movement become In- 
. ternational in prayer and ac- 
tion. 




SELLOUT FOR CHARITY - When Cape Henry C*«le <rf 
The King's Daughera beld its annaal buffet Mpper 
recen ly a he Harbour Room of the White Heron Motd. a 
sellou crowd a; tended, including Mr. and Mrs. Dan 
lVl..rri§. in he above pho.o. Proceeds from the parly wiU 
be dona ed Mar us. Inc., and Hope Haven Home for 
('hildren. 



Births 

Mr. 1. Mrs. Anfltle Mangos, 
d«ug»if«r. 

Mr. & Mrs. Carroll Daniel 
Rowe, Jr., sen. 

Mr. 8i Mrs. Oscar Leslie 
Jones, daughter. 

Mr. I. Mrs. Leon Calvin 
Weike, daughter. 

HAr. ft Mrs. Bruce Wayne 
Hunt, daughter. 

m. ft Mrs.. Robert Corum 
SIsk, son. 

Mr. ft Mrs. James MictiMl 
Davis, son. 

lAr. ft Mrs. Richard Wendell 
DeLacey, son. 

Mr. ft Mrs: Roneld Gerlti 
Dustman, sen. 

Mr. ft Mrs. Clyde William 
Simons, son. 

Mr. ft Mrs. Steven Waldon 
Ackiss, daughter. 

Mr. ft Mrs. Cloice Walker 
Wiggins, sen. 

Mr. ft Mrs. James Norrice 
Fletcher, daughter. 

Mr. ft Mrs. Domingo Ber- 
nardo San Jose, daughter. 

Mr. ft Mrs. William Edgar 
Austin, Jr., son. 

Mr. ft Mrs. Gary Edward 
Williams, son. 

Mr. ft Mrs. William E. 
Rodgers, son. 



Lenten services at VB Methodist Church 



Virginia Beach United 
Methodist Church wiU launch a 
saies (A half-hour mid-week 
Lenten services at the church. 
Guest preachers will be 
featured at the Wednesday noon 
service in the church's chapel. 
The compact service will be 
designed for working persons on 
thdr lunch break as well as fm* 
people who cmne from their 
homes. 



Preaching on Ash Wed- 
nesday, March 7, wiU be Dr. 
William M. Wilson, dean of 
Virghiia Wesleyan Coliege; he 
will be foltowed by Rev. John A. 
Lyles, pastor ol First 
Presbyterian Church on Mardi 
14; Rev. Roy R. Jackson, Mardi 
21; Mrs. Louise B. Wilson, 
Virginia Beach Friends 
Meetii«, March 28; Dr. Jolui 
Owens, April 4; Rev. Paul T. 



Gaughan, Pastor, Star of the 
$ea Cathdic Church, April 11; 
Rev. Richard Woodward, 
pastor, Vtafinia Beach Com- 
munity Oiapel, April U; Rev. 
W. Thomas Wood, pastor, First 
Baptbt Church, Aprfl 20. 

Special nuudc for ttie sorioes 
has been planned by the 
church's music department. 



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Tidewater and the Pejhinsula 
Friday proclaimed M^rch as 
"Red Cross Month", lbs Red; 
Cross flags were unfurled in 
public buildings, militaiV in-" 
stallations and businesses 
throughout the area. 

The American Red Cross 
Tidewater, Portsmouth and 
HamptfMi Roads Chapters are, 
as other cN'pt*^"' "fg across the 
nation, joirting together in 
honoring the organizalion's 
many volunteers for their time, 
their blood donations and the 
financial support received from 
the community through the 
United Way. 



This year's theme. .."the 
Good Neighbor" is exemplified 
by the volunteers in each 
community who help provide 
for the comfort, health, and 
safety of their fellow 
Americans. Volunteers last 
year nationally numbered 
1,661,565 which does not include 
the' over 2 million individuals 
who contributed blood nor the 
over 7 million jludcnts who 
participated in Red Cross 
programs in schools. Over 
12.000 volunteers gave over 
227,000 hours last year in the 
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Rural acreage now taxed as holneshes; 
hut septic tank laws block construction 



ByJAYBRUMBLEY 



Can you have a himte witiiout an "oflldal" 
nomeBite? Can the City tax 0»e owner gf a piece of 
property for a homesite if it in realitymr hyalty- 
Sif "^ be one? These two queMiom w«» niiaed in 
City Council Momky by Councilman John Bauoi. 

According to a l^tw Baum |>i«Mrted to City 
Manager Roger Scott, confusion tas existed for some 
Hme over policies on issuing septic buik permits. 
Baum has requested the State HealHi DcfMrtment to 
publicize and Clarify current spetic tank criteria. 

In the past, septic tanks have been allowed on 
parcels of land with a minimum size of three acres for 
imperfectly drained soils. On wellKlrained soib, one 
septic tank syston was allowed on each acre. 

"Although the systons had limitatioiv, even with 
good surface drainage," Baum's Mter stated, 
"apparently the public's health was cooddered 
reasonably weU protected by low 'density buikttng." 

Councilman Baum now feels that ttie Heaith 
Department no loiter approves permito Ivt septic 
tanks along the guMeUnes previoudy used. 

One Bladcwator landowner said that hit ei^t tots, 
one and half acres each in size, had been approved for 
sep^ taidu eaily in 1972 evei though tlsey were not 
Clan 1 soils on the Soil Coiaervation Service's 
ctassiflcation system. Otticars have beoi toM more 
recently that some soils were completely unsuiabte 
for s^tic tanks reprdten of thejtarcd liie. These 
landowners were turned down on Qieir septic taoi 



requesto even dmigh their parcels ranged from four 
to tUrty acrsi in size. 

In the past, Qie toil nuqqiHag evahiatioD by the Soil 
Consa^tkn System has beni ttie basis for Health 
Department dedstons. Baum feds that this mint no 
knfBT be tnie bi Ught of the reoeirt denials. 

The receotty eflmpMed reassenmenl l^ ttte City 
has thrown mora fUd oo ^ Are. Several residenta 
with oirthotaes have been denied septic tank permito 
when ^ tried to improve their properties. 

Since the property cannot be improved with septic 
tanks, and since 00 Airther buiUlng for residential use 
wiO be aOflwed oo the {Hroperty, the parcels 
tectanicalty \mw no polratial u homedtes. Yet, the 
new aasesameirts oo theae properttes have vahied the 
land as hnneaite property. 

TImm peoide with homea on non-homeaite pn^erty 
are request&ig ttie Oty to reassess thebr parcds as 
Class in soOs. This redMstfication would permit an 
assessment bssed onlhe tahr marii^ value of a noo- 
hMiMsite pared. 

Baum feds Oiat the tadi of knowledfle by the 
public of current Hedth De|Mrtment pdides 
reganUngseptk tanks ta unfair to potential buyers of 
rural pri^ei^ where no sewer lines are avaikUe. 
These potential buyers should be warned if some 
parceta cannot be used as hqmedtes, Baum insista. 

The (^ty Healtti Department was und«r the im- 
presdon ttat the past inractice dH making the 
property suiteUsigr a sqitielsnk syitm tgr puttiEf 
down two feet of sand b^ore inptaUationwasitaUd. At 



least it was mitaUe through July 1st of 1972. Baum is 
of the ofkakKi that tiiis is no longer allowed by the 
State Health DepartmeiA in light of rucent decisions. 
Hyde N. Merritt. the City Real Estate Assessw. 
tokl City Council last wedi that he was under the 
imprenian ttitft three aa«s of tand was sufficient to 
(piality f(Nr a septic tank. In light of recoit develop* 
ments, he now understands that ttie State Health 
Department is requiring the entire farm sdl to 
qualify for septic tank standards before imtaUatioo 
permita wi)l. be i^qproved. 

Merritt said that he has learned of,^tals because 
the mtire term would not percutate proper^ to 
handle septic taidcs arid that these property owners 
are protestbig their tax asaessment increases since 
th^ will not be able to devdop their tand as 
homesites. The only choice these tandowners have to 
to continue their farms or leave the tand un- 
developed. 

Baum feels the whole imie is a mess. What are the 
current pdides of the Sate Health Department 
regardlnganroving septic tank instaUations? Are the 
^thouse owners going to be able to put in septic tanks 
so that th^ can upgrade thdr homes with indoor 
facilities? Is the City going to insist on taxing their 
rural resid^ts who are caught in the midst of the 
proUem as owners of homesites when they do not 
hsve a vdid homesite in the eyes of the State Health 
offictak.? Baum h<^ his inquiry will answer thess^ 
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Helicopter fights Inclemeni weather to place erosion device. 



2££22i But Potter's optimistic 




Planning Commission's 
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Problem-plagued project 



Poter, showing (he scrain of 
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Saturday's frust maons . <lons 
the rata. 



By LES LEHIGH 

The latest edition of the 
Comprehensive Zoning 
Ordinance t>eing released to the 
public today, according to of- 
flcUls, resulted from revisions 
roquesteii by the Kanning 
Commission. 

The revisions w«'e reportedly 
outlined in a series of meetings 
between the Commission and 
the Planning Department staff 
during t)ie past several months. 
These meetings followed the 
Planning Commission's 
rejection of the CZO as 
presented by the Planning 
Department last fall. 

An area of major concern in 
the newly revised CZO, ac- 
cording to Commission 
Chalrmsii J. Harry MoteTTslhe 
fsrotection of existing and 
planned apartment buildings in 
the resori city. 

Mote indicates this will be 
accomplished Uirough adequate 
zoning provisions, and the 
creation of four new zoning 
categories containing standards 



governing apartment con- 
struction. 

"I think the people are going 
to be real pleased with it," Mote 
said, "we have spent a great 
deal of time in trying to coa 



Perhaps the most major 
revision in approving apart- 
ment construction is the 
elimination of the LUI (Land 
Use Intensity) Plan. This would 
have required the use of a 



uder evwyone and what is iMMT^Weentllga oi \^U, p p g pWtt lar 



for the city." 



4 more 
return 



Pour more former Prisoners 
Of War were scheduled to be 
reunited with their families iate 
Wednesday after spending 
some six years in captivity in 
North Vietnam. 

, The Navy men, whose 
families reside in Virginia 
Beach, are Capt. Allen C. 
Brady; Cmdrs. John H. 
Fellowes, and Eugene B. 
McDaniel; and Lt. Cmdr. 
Michad D. Christtan. 



apartment development, as 
open or recreational space. If 
the remaining lot size, after 
deduction of this space, did not 
qualify the proposed apartment 
units could not be constructed. 

Mote says the ordinance has 
been revised "...to include 
various categories that had not 
been included before, and cover 
apartments in different 
categories. 

"Iliere are four categories 
for apartments," Mote added, 
"with each containing 
designations for the number of 
units per acre which would be 
permitted to be built. We have 
also included a new duplex 
zoning, which was previously 
unavailable, to bring into 

('continued on page 5) 



ByKIRTBABUDER 

John Potter has some problems~but he's 
optimistic about them. 

Potter is the inventor-financier of the con- 
troversial sand erosion device being placed off 
18th Street at the Beach. 

The 1,000-foot structure is an effort by Potter to 
hault sand erosion and replace sand which has 
airosdy been fast to the ocsB«t '— rr— 

If the device works, the result will be two-fold: 
The city will pay Potter JlOB.OOO and will have a 
much wider beach. According to Potter, people 
will be able to walk to the installation point now 
some 400 feet offshore befcwe the one-year trial is 
over. 

If the device fails. Potter will be faced with the 
cost (rf the structure and its ptacement, plus its 
removal. "^ 

Potter was required by City Council to place a 
$50,000 bond in escrow in case any problems 
arise and the device fails-such as losing sand 
instead of gaining it. 

Potter is still very optimistic about the future 
<rf his invention-even with the problems of the 
past week. Saturday's installation date brought 
more pnAlems than Potter had expected. 

The main problem was the weather. But also a 
rigging device that was to fly the 3,000 pound 
units to their ocean resting place failed -due to a 
contracto- who did not use materials up to 
Potter's specifications. 

The weather wasn't up to the inventor's specs 



either: Rough seas, a light rain and a slight fog 
[H-ohibited the huge Carson Helicopter Co. 
helicopter from laying the full 1,000 feet Potter 
had hoped to install. 

Because of the bad weather the operation was 
stopped when some 300 feet of the upside down 
"V" structure was in ptace. Potter is very op- 
timistic about that. too. He feels that under ideal 
ttwosectionsflfimdogMiddbe kidat. 



once in a'Bout four minutes-each section is about 
25 feet along. 

Everyone seems interested in the underwater 
sand fenctog; local, state and feda«l offidals 
gathered Satorday morning to watch the in- 
stallation, al(mg with several hundred citizens. 
The fence laying took on the air of a bam raising 
as the crowd cheered the placement of the first 
section-nearly three hours behind schedule. 

The placing of the sand erosion device is more 
important than man walking on the mooo, ac- 
cording to Potter. "We are literally lodng 
thousands of acres of coasttand to wodon each 
year," he t dd a brea kfast group of sdect 
drpitaries al 7:30 Saiardiy~ moralHgr 

"People are going to have to start putting their 
brains together tostop it before it's too tate." 

Everyone is hoping that Potter's device will 
work. Even those who have called the project 
"Potter's Folly." Not so Potter will receive his 
$106,000 from the city. But so people will have to 
walk to the ocean instead of stepping out ttdr 
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eons fight ends for teen-age cys tic fibrosi s victim 



By HELEN CRIST 

Peggy Gillroy leaned across 
the bed where her i»-year-old 
son Paul, Jr., lay dying. 

In a moment of painful to- 
sight, she thought: "I've been 
throiu^ this brfore-but when, 
where?" 

Then she remem- 
bered... DePaul Hospital, 17' 
years ago. Her son, a 17-month- 
old baby then, was ill and she 
was waiting for the result of a 
battery of teste that the baby 
had undergone. 

kt she waited, a woman 
thrust a ciq>y of the Ladies 
Home Jramd in ho- hands. She 
pointed to an article by Dr. 
Wynne Sharpds, enUUed "A 
Affe Killor of ChUdrtti." 

Peggy read (me paragrai^, 
and knew. 

When the doctor entered the 
room, she was leanh^; over 
young Paul's crib. Without 
looking up, she said: "Doctor, 
does my baby have cystic 
fibrosis?" 

ita said yes. 



fecta the luigs, the digestive 
system, the sweat glands, 
producing abnormally thick 
muois in the Itmgs, makes 
every In-eath a flght for life. 

The Tidewater Chapter 
National Cystic Fibrosis 
Researeh Foiautatfam has done 
much toward reaeardi, and life 
expectancy has tocreased. 

For little Paul Gillroy, ta the 
be^nnifli, the doctors gsve him 
about one yesr to Uve. 

"Thoe didn't seem to be 
much they knew about it then," 
p^gy said. "He had medidne 
to iMlp his food digest, and of 
course anUl^otics to fight ta- 
fectkm." 



A saitwce «rf death.TSe 
mom«it returned to ovrawhebn 
P^gy as die saw her sen 
stn^ite for breath, tarn Us 
stiU...fltaaUy at pm». 

It was Jan. M, at Natkmd 
bisUtute of Hedth, a pubUe 
hedth hospitd d Bethesda. 
Md. 

C^«ic fltaxiste: the iMldtoge 
enemy of children; the 
diao(MB-agii4 disease that af- 




PhI QilNy. Jr. 



One of ttie symptoms is a 
ferocious appetite. "It was 
no^ihbv for Paul as s is-montb- 
oM baby, to est a wbde toaf of 
breed between four big mesls." 

"It was noUiing to- Paul u a 
15-month-oki baby, to ed a 
whde loaf (rf bread between 
four big meals." 

For Peggy, the verdict 
seemed like Oe end ol Um 
worM. Birt becsuse die is s 
woman of great courage with 
the ability to fed and, project 
tove, and a faith to suddn her, 
die picked 19 the pieees and 
went on. 

The fsmUy ll*ed at Lynn- 
haven Colony. Peggy ciin- 
tittued ta her prdesdon of 
hairdrMsing, which she'd 
Issmed ta hv tamdown of 
Pocahontas, Va., 10 miles tnm 
BhMfteld, Wed Virginta. She 
BOW owns hw mini riK^, Bay 
lasch Besuty Sston 00 Ebb 
TldeRowl. 

WlMn Pa^ mt» tiiree years 
sM, hta brotiMr, Patrick was 
bom. Tb«« WM no tnos itf the 
disesse ta the ssomd chOd, now 
II OMl^a strap^ng 9^ft. $ta. 

Paid tauned of hta illnsss 
when IM wss seven. It was than 
fliat he begM to deep laidsr a 
Blst tent, to faeUitste 
liesthing. Widi him, undsr Ow 
hta Uttta Mta^ture 
sue. 

Psul named the dog far 
BsiM HMVtfd, d tlM New 
Y«k Vsnkees V«r it seMsed 
that, beitaiae Iw was frail of 



body, he lived vicariously 
thro«igh the peat athldes. 

"He could tdl ymi who dl the 
ptayers were, thdr numbers, 
how many htme runs they'd 
hit-«nytldi« about the game," 
Peggy said. 

In direction pn^rtimi to hta 
physical weakness was the 
strength of his mtad. He seemed 
to litorally soak up knowlei^. 

He was aUe to attrad John B. 
Dey Schod iq> to the statii 
pade. Off ami on, then, throt^k 
the lata* years, he was ttdorad 
at home by Oiarles Cdlins, 
when he was unaUe to go to 
schod. 

An "A" student, he woidd 
have graAiated fnm Cox High 
Sdiod ta June. He had already 
been accepted by Virginia 
Westayu to' the Fsll term. 

Pad's smWttan wsa to be a 
jouraaltat. He was so tavdsnta 
letter-writer. He'd follow 
current evmU ckiedy, taldng 
peat prMe wb« hta letters to 
ttieecttter ««• iMnted ta tbs 
MwqM^Nrs. 

"Pat ud Pad would dt d tha 
Hrftdrfwrt !■"• '"^ ^aeasr 
wwhi evento Itae two Mhto," 
Peg^ said. 

Hta hqrs ware te^araUa. 
The bond was even dossr whan 
INid dm^oped s deep pasrion 
for fldrii^. Hie fsmlty weiM go 
to HattersB for wondsrful 
wsekante of camping and 
fW^tegsyMr. 

Pstfy bootfit Urn a 4wh s d 
drive Je^ Qmimando. TMs 



and his fiditag equipment were 
his treasured possessions. 
Every fish he caught was 
itemized, and many were the 
fish he shared with the neigh- 
borhood. 

Throughout his life, diere 
were checkups every two (h* 
three months for Paul at NIH, 



"I can't say enough about how 
wonderful they all were to us up 
there," Peggy said. 

There was such a checkup 
this paat Dec. 13. 

"Paul came home afterwards 
and went Christmas shopptag. 
He loved Christinas. No ar- 
tlfidd trees for him. Nothing 
but tba rod thtag wouM do. and 



he liked to trim it himself," 
Peggy said. 

But he did an extraordinary 
thtag this year. 

"He gathered up his 
telMcope, his best clothes and 
anything I'd let him take out, 
and gave it to the Fire 
Department, for the un- 
dsrprlvltagsd cUklrsn." 




A premonition perhaps? 
Peggy doesn't know. 

On Jan. 21, Paul was back 
agata at NIH ta serious con- 
dition. 

Bom and raised a Cathdic. he 
received communion at the 
hospitd «i Monday from thf 
Rev. Eugme Linenan. 

Paul tdd'Oie priest: "You've 
giv«i me something bdter than 
medicine; you've given me the 
k)ve of God." 

Father Lindian wmt back to 
his church and told the nuns 
that they codd talk all they 
wanted to about the sataU, iHit 
he had met a red one in Pad. 

On Tuesday, the doctors 
prepared to give him a l»tin- 
choscopy to hdp dear his lungs 
of mucus. Never a staipta 
procedure, they told Peggy it 
might be fatd, ta hta wsakened 
condition. 

His we^t for the past few 
years had been 72 pounds; bis 
height S ft. 7 in. 

P^gy told Psd uluit ftey 
tatenttad to (k>. He nmsnA bar 
that it was all ri^t and fcnr her 
not to worry. 

"l^jve >ea Mw n." — -' 

"I tove you loo." 



TWO MilsilATUIIE gCHNAVZBRS naga 
life miire fun fw Paal Gttb-ny, Jr. Here hte 
mo her. Peggy GUIroy M^ hta pal Eltte, 



sag Pairidt om«)r I 
(Pho o by Helen Crist) 



ikf twla gsg. 



- (tted the next day. 

As I^gy w«t thmipi his 
dMk at home, ihecanM 1900 a 
piece of iMper oer whteh Pad 
had writtm: 

"This mwimt I Uve; 9ily He 
toows why. Aftv 'my oait 
M^th He jint may call, tliis 
call I wUl aiower ; on the breath 
that He 



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PAGE 2-THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1973 

B&wfidal Charges, says POW 



A 'more liberalized America' 



,. Lt. Cmdr. Paul E. Galanti, 
. Just released after spending six- 
.;. andnB-half years in a North 
Vtetnamese prison camp, has 
, .. credited President Richard M. 
V Nixon with ending that 
*. llideastern Asian conflict. 

During his initial news con- 

. ference at Portsmouth Naval 

"HospiUl Galanti said, "I was 

Just fantasticalljr impressed 

wlthihe courage that President 

'-Nixon displayed in an election 

'year, reopening the bombing 

war against North Vietnam. I 

^:2%:strongly feel that had it not been 

% forsuch a powerful decision that 

I it mif^t still be dragging out for 

% years." 

§ Galanti also praised Nixon's 
piorsonal visits to China and 



Russia ^s important steps 
towardsjrelaxlng World tension. 
"It is something' Galanti said, 
"that cannot help but be 
achieved by such gestures." 

Some Americans disagreeing 
with United States jwlicies 
towards the Vietnam war 
prompted a strong reaction 
from Galanti. He said, "We 
could not understand over there 
where w^, Just Americans like 
everybody else, once a week 
would get up and say the pledge 
of all^iance, we could not 
understand how people could be 
so unpatriotic as to condemn the 
government in time of war." 

Although he has only had a 
brief exposure to today's 
American way of life Galanti 



has formed a favorable im- 
I»-euion of changes over the 
years. He said, "Personally I 
have seen a lot of changes which 
I like, and I feel I have returned 
to a much more liberalized 
America than I left. A lot of 
changes I find have been 
beneficial. The other day I was 
out shopping and this fellow, a 
Black American, came up and 
said, 'Welcome home, Com- 
mander'. He threw his arms 
around me and said, 'Black or 
WMte, it Jtnt doesn't make any 
difference'. This would not have 
happened back in 1963 or '64." 
As with his fellow formn- 
POWs recently returned to 
Tidewater the only disap- 
pointment Galanti axpressed 



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Galand speaks lo ihe press as hb wife beams her happiness. 



ovCT his reception regarded 
implications that their 
homecoming statements had 
been managed by the PentaRon. 
Hesaid, "Thatls Justcompleteljr 
false, and it bothered me that 
anyone could be so cynical as to 
think that those statemmts 
coiild have been programmed 
into human beinp." 

Galanti was quick to dispell 
earlier fears that the fonner 
POWs might have difficult 
adjusting to a normal way of life 
after many years in captivity. 
He said, "Well, everybody talks 
about that. However, I think 
there are no adjustments 
required. It's just great and 
things Just sort of ha^jen. 
Adjustments are requh-ed when 
you are placed in a situation of 
not being free. However, to 
someone who must jump out in 
this wonderful world of ours no 
adjustments (are, required 
whatsoever." 

Perhaps the most important 
phase of their return for tiie 
former POWs is adjusting to 
lives with their loved ones. Mrs. 
Phyllis Galanti discussed 
changes in her husband by 
saying, "Well, I've noticed a 
new zest for life...He's always 
been easy going but I think he's 
even more easy going now. He 
doeui't let littie things disturb 
him, and I tiiink he kind of 
wonders at the rest of us 
sometimes, how we let litUe 
things get under our skin. 

So I'm gota« to have to take a 
few lessons, I think." 

Commenting on changes in his 
wife Galanti said, "She was 
pretty shy when I left and I 
came back to a real tiger. The 
change, I think, has been 
beneficial." 




cifvle. win be heM Tuesday, March 13. at II a.m. at the 
Oceans Club, 40ih and Oceanfront. Tickets are $1 at the door 
or in advance from Alexander Beegle, 207 Laskin Road. Md 
he Nanny Shop. HUIt<q> North. 



HMPITAL BENEFIT — Mrs. David Dkk«-son, a member 

i4 he Colonial Circle of Kings Daughters, demoitttrates 
some of he items which will be auctioned off during the 
annual Homehnakers Auction to benefit the General 
H««pi(al of Virginia Beach. The event, sponsored by the 

Kindergarten will start in fall 



By DONNA HENDRICK 
The Virginia Beach School 
Board has approved a plan to 
start kindergarten in the public 
schools this fall, with ap- 
proximately 2,700 children 
attendbig school in portable 
classrooms. 

Kindergarten classes will 
start June 18 in the 45-15 pilot 
schools, which are starting an 
experimental year-round school 
program on that date. 

All children who will be 5 
years old by November 1 are 
eligible to attend the part-time 
kindergarten classes. "They will 
go to school from 9 a.m. to noon 



Bed triangles will spot%ht cyclists Friends to 



;• The Virginia Beach Safety 
sCouncil has initiated a 
tiprogram— the sale of bicycle 
^safety reflectors— which the 
3council believes will protect the 
fclty's growing number of 
^Cyclists. 



The large triangle-shaped 
reflectors, known as Inter- 
national Bicycle Safety 
Triangles, are of heavy-duty 
red fluorescent styrene which, 
when attached behind the bike 
seat, will catch the motorists' 



Evans makes bid 



I 

* Andre Evans expressed 
|trong faith in the two party 
political system as he an- 
louttced his candidacy for re- 
jection as Virginia Beach's 
Commonwealth Attorney. 

; Evans said, "I believe very 
strongly in the two party 
■ s^tem, ftat is why I'm running 
« a Democrat instead of an 
^dependent. I was elected 
^ 1M7 as a Democrat, and am 
tiikihg Hie same path this year. 
f believe bur political strength 
i in the two party system". 

^Evans also reflected on 
dianges in pditical strength in 
the resort city during the past 
five years. H* said, "The 
situation is calmer and more 
wasonable now than in 1967. No 
one runs Virginia Beach 
anymore, which is a healthy 

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One hurdle which Evans must 
still clear in his bid for re- 
election is qualifying his can- 
didacy. In discussing this Evans 
said that in the event a {Nrimary 
is not held he would seek 
nomination from the City 
Democratic C(»nmittee. 

Evans made it quite clear 
however he intends to seek re- 
election, but would prefer 
Democratic endorsemmt. He 
pointed this out when~ 
questioned about future 
political alignment by saying, 

"I hope to run as an individual 
with Democratic tucking unless 
political activities determine 
otherwise." 



eye whether it be daytime or 
nighttime. 

The* colorful devices are 
supplementary safety warnings 
that are to be used in addition to 
the regular red reflector light 
on the rear fender. ■ 

The triangles, which come 
complete with attachments, are 
on sale for $1 and proceeds will 
be used by the council for other 

safety programs in Uie city, 
such as boating, traffic, 
swimming, etc. 

Members of the Safety 
Council urge parents to equip 
all family bicycles with these 

safety reflectors. They are 
available at all Tidewater Sears 
stores; Tru- Value Hardware 

stores at Princess Anne Plaza, 
Hilltop and Pacific Avenue; 
Givens Bicycle Shop on Virginia 

Beach Boulevard; and Pete 
Smith's Surf & Cycle Shop on 
Pacific Avenue. 



Coordinating Uie project for 
the Safety Council are K«iny 
Miller, Pete Costenbader and 
Jack Jennings. 

Hear 




Aircraft traffic in the skies 
over Naval Air Station Oceana 
and Uie surrounding Virginia 
Beach area will be heavier Uian 
normal until at least April 14. 
lliere will also be increased air 
traffic at the Auxiliary Landing 
Field in Fentress where aircraft 
will bounce, practicing touch 
and go landings, until about 5 
a.m. ni^tly through April 14. 
" lllie increased air traffic will 
be from planes practicing take- 
offs and landings in preparation 
for carrier qualifications in line 
with fleet requirements. Flights 
over Naval Air Station Oceana 
will continue until 11 p.m. 
nightiy. 



welcome new 
headmaster 

Richard E. Lawson has been 
named headmaster of Fri&ds 
Schod, acccrding to School 
Committee Chairman John E. 
Lippincott and will assume his 
duties July 1. 1 

Mrs. Robert 'Wilson has been 
tilling in as acting principal for 
the past two years. 

Lawson, a Norfolk native and 
member of Virginia Beach 
Friends Meeting, will be in- 
troduced to parents, students 
and faculty members at a 
recei^ion Sunday from 3 to 5 
p.m. in 0)8 Meeting House. 

Lawson holds a degree in 
education and social studies 
from ODU and a master's in 
administration and supervision 
Com UieKuniversity of Virginia. 
He is presenUy a candidate for a 
doiftwate from U. of Va. 

He previously taught at 
Norfolk's Rosemont Junior 
High Schod and was school 
community cowdinator wiUi 
the tonterCity Pr<^am. 



or from noon to 3 p.m. Students 
,may still attend private or 
parochial kindei^artens since 
the General Assembly has not 
passed a compulsory kin- 
dergarten att^idance law. 

The Board had previously 
voted to start kindergarten in 
1974, but decided to sUrt in 1973 
to take advantage of full fund- 
ing from tiie state. 

School Superintendent E.E. 
Brickell told Uie Board Uiat Uiis 
is probaUy the only time the 
kindergarten program will 
receive full funding. 

Brickell also said Uiat Uie 
budget has a "guaranteed loss 
clause" or "grandfather 
clause" which will guarantee 
the same funding formula for 
subsequent years even if the 
formula is changed next year. 

Brickell's staff determined^ 
that it would be most 
economically feasible to 
operate kindergarten classes on 
a part-time basis in portable 
classrooms, l^e 50 additional 
classrooltas needed will be 
provided on a leas^purchase 
plan. 

Hie total cost jof providing 
kindergarten in 1973 will be 
about $1,800,000, witii Uie state 
providing at least $1,500,000, 
Brickell said. 

About 3,000 students are 
eligible to attend kindergarten, 
and Uie city is expecting 2,700 in 
public kindergarten. The rest 
will probably attend private and 
parochial schools in the area. 

Students who will attend 
kindergarten will pre-register 
30 days before school starts in 
each school where Uie kin- 
dergarten classM will be held. 



A kindergarten brochure will be 
available to parents explaining 
the new classes. 

Brickell also said that Uie 
school system now has 53 
teachens who are qualifled to 
teach kindergarten and that 
more teachers have expressed 
an interest in early childhood 



teaching. He also said that the 
State Department of Education 

is preparing a waiver in case 
tiiere are not enough certified 
teachers of early education 
available. 

Suinmer kindergarten classes 
wUl still be offered Uiis summer 
only to prepare children for Uie 
flrst grade. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 



Virginia: 

Notice is herein given that on Wednesday, March 21, 
1973, at 10:00 A.M. in the City Council Cham.bers in ttie 
Administration Building at Uie Municipal Center, Prin- 
cess Anne Statiai, Virginia Beach, Virgima, 

The Planning Commission of Uie City of Virginia Beach 
will meet in accordance witti Virginia Code Section 15.1- 
431 (as amended) for Uie purpose of holding a public 
hearing of Uie proposed new Comprehensive Zonii« 
Ordinance and the proposed Official Zcming VLapi of the 
City of Virginia Beach. 

"Ilie proposed Comprdiensive Zoning Ordinance and 
prOpRed-Official Zoning Maps are intended to replace, 
after adq;>tion^ tiie present Master Zoning Plan of the 
County of Princess Anne and the Master Zoning Or- 
<linance of the resort City of Virginia Beach and related 
zontaig maps currentiy in effedt. 

The proposed Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance text is 
available for perusal at all Virginia Beach Public 
Libraries, Office of the City Clerk and Uie Office of the 
Department d Planning. The proposed Official Zraiing 
Maps are on display for public viewing March 8, 1973 
tiirough March 21, 1973 between Uie hours of 9:00 A.M. and 
8:00 P.M., Monday through Friday, and 10:00 A.M. and 
3:00 P.M. on Saturday in the Administration Building, 
Municipal Cento-, Princess Anne Station, Virginia Beach, 
Vh-ginia. 

All perstms who wish to appear befw^ this hearing may 
register at 9:00 A.M., March 21, 1973 in Uie City CouncU 
Chambers. 

AlLinterested perscms areJAvited to attend 



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Charles C. Carrington 
Director of Planning 




Program advances Servicemen 

in the news 



BONUS SPECIAL! BONUS SPECIAL! 



ANDRE EVANS 

Pollution 
officers 
named 



Virginia Beach moved a st^ 
closer to an Emergency 
Coronary Care Program 
Monday when City Council 
approved a $45,000 loan to 
purchase necessary equipment. 

When the program is 
initiated, in about 90 days, the 
resort city will become the first 
anywhere to use Volunteer 
Rescue Squads in Uiis capacity. 

The total cost of the program 
is about $200,000. Of Uiis amount 
some $60,000 has been pledged, 
however this money will be 
received over a three year 
program. 

The City's loan was necessary 
in order to qualify for a federal 
grant of $23,250. Before Uiis 
moi^ can be obtained twice 
that amount must be spoit 
kically, which necMsitated the 
loui. 

The mwiey wUl be «pait to 
pun^M necessary equipment, 
which is expected to arrive 
within 90 days. Tliis will enable 
operatkMi to begin at Uiat time. 
In the meantime powmnel, 
both in rescue squads and 
hospitals involved, are un- 
dergoing training. 



Virginia Beach now has a 

State Air Pollution Control 

Board office wiUi i»w dirtctora. 

Oiester W P-iggs arrt Leo W. 

Early now staff Uie HampUw 

Roads (Regicffi 8) office at 

Vk^ia Beach. The tocation 

''as prevloiMly unsUffed. 

■;'•« State Air Pollution 

' '^ BoenI has mm sUff^i 

ki^ . ..ir tf Its epCTating division 

ud seva «Miri rq^ms wiUi 

tfreeters. 



Coimcilman Dr. Clarence A. 
Holland pointed to the im- 
portam^ of t)^ loan by telling 
CouncU Monday, "This wUl put 
Uie program 18 months ahead of 
soheihde." 

The only dissenting vote 
against the \o»n came from 
Comdlman Geoi^ R. Ferr^. 
He said, ','rm com^^ely in 
favor of the ^x^gnm, 1 ^oA 
don't like the method of 
flnancing. It seems to me lUce 



we're getting into a very 
precarious position." 

ferre! pointed out he was 
concerned with the City 
"...getting into the money 
loaning business...", in Uiat this 
might open the door for other 
groups and-or organizations to 
seek loans from the City. 

Search on 
for queen 

The Ladies Auxiliary to Uie 
Plaza Volunteer Fire Dqwrt- 
ment and Rescue Squad is agaui 
searching for a queen to 
represent the station at varima 
functions and parades 
throughout the year. 

Ail girts between Uw ages of 
13 and 18 are eli^ble to par- 
ticipate in .the queen's cmtest. 
The queen is dtosen by Uw 
amount (rf one penny "votes" 
she can o^ect and cmtribttte to 
the dqiartment. 

Abdications may be made at 
the Plaza Fire Station, 
RttfOQiHit Roa4 md S Ptaa 
TraU, on Saturdays, March 10 
and 17, from 1-3 p.m. The 
winno* wUI receive a savinp 
bond and {»izes donated by 
local motduuits. 

Qub meets 

Tlw moiMiiy meeting d the 
Kellam High School Booster 
aub will be kfaaday, Murdi U, 
at 7:30 p.m. at tte schod. 



Navy Fireman Randy ^. 
Outland ts In the Western 
Pacific aboard the nuclear- 
powered aircraft carrier USS 
Enterprise. 

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. 
Raymond Ottavl ttas arrived for 
duty at Langley AFB, Va. 

Navy Chief Petty Officer 
Benjamin Luci( is in the 
Mediterranean aboard the 
guided missile frigate USS 
Josept)us Daniels. 

Navy Lt. Kenneth Keymer Is 
In the Mediterranean aboard 
ttte guided missile frigate USS 
Josephus Daniels. 

Navy Ensign Wolfgang S. 
Leonard is also in the 
Mediterranean alMard the USS 
Josephus Daniels. ^ 

Airman Steven Fox has 
completed Air Force basic 
training at Lackland AFB. 
Texas. 

Staff Sgt. Dallas Mundan has 
re-enllsted in the Air Fora at 
Benton Air Force Station, Pa. 

Airman Anttiony W. Savage 
has graduated at Keesler AFB, 
Miss., from the Air Training 
Command's basic course for 
electronic specialists. 

Airman Joseph Williams Jr. 
has graduated at Sheppard 
AFB, Texas, from ttw phar- 
macy specialist course con- 
ducted by the Air Traininf 
Comifiand. 

Airman Rlch#rd H. McCroa 
Jr., has been assigned to 
Chanute AFB, III., after com- 
pleting basic training. 

Midshipman Charles O. 
Griffin of Virginia Beach was 
one of 250 cadets and mid- 
shipmen from Reserve Officers 
Training Cwps of colleges and 
universities throughout the 
nation who attended the 
Reserve Officers Association 
MId-Wlnter Conference In 
Washington, O.C. 

Michael P. Mwphey has been 
promoted to first lieutenant in 
the U.S. Air Fwce. 




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Beach Walk-A-Thon wiU 
benefit March of Dimes 



HBAD MBRCHANTS - Sttpkca Oarioa 
(left), (twner cf Dara'i, wat reecnily 
iai ailed •■ inretMeBi of ihe Pembroke 
Mall Merchaiiii AtMciadon, laecee^g 
Dale Auli, manager of Pe^'t Drag. 
her (iffleert lasialM at ihe groap's 



anaaal taaqM. are Charlee Wartarioa, 
Hiiflielmert manager, vice preatdeai; 
Elliabe h Miller. Kamer'i manager, 
tecreary: J(« B>4Ung. Untied Virginia 
Bank manager, ireasurer. 



Alfred Bevan, Walk-A-Ttion 
Chairman, Iws announced the 
March of Dimes wiU hold lU 
third annual walk at Vir^nla 
Beach mi Sunday, April 29. 

WNOR wUl ome again be the 
co-«ponsor and Paul Todd will 
s«rve at honorary chairman. 
ThU year the Wallt-A-Thwi will 
cover all tix elUei in the 
TMewatar Area and wUlbegln at 

Rudee Inlet, Virginia Beach, at 
1:90 AM. 

Cheryl Unford, ms 
Tidewater March of Dbnee 
potter dilld, ^o was bom with 
open ipine and a club foot, 
repreaenta the purpoae of the 
March of Dimea Walk-A-llion- 
to help prevent and treat birth 
ddectt. 

Bevan atated that walkera will 
gather at the Steri Pi«r at 
Rudee Inlet and proceed to tUti 
Street and return to Rudee 
ialat. > mm* tj IS 



Al«4 the way will be varioua 
checit polnti to that each 
walker will v«Hfy the diatMce 
to his sponsors. Both Champa 
and Seven-Up are providing 
food and (kink. 

Following the Walk-A-Thon, 
there will be a concert at 
Rogues Gallery for thoae 
walkers wIm> complete the walk. 

Last year 3,000 walkera 
participated In the March el 
Dimes Walk-A-Thon. These 
walkers tnllected $37,000 for the 
March at Dimes to aid in tta 
program of prevention, 
treatment and patient aid. 
Bevan expects to have more 
walken this yrar so that the 
programs of tlM March <rf Dimea 
can once again be increased in 
the six city area. 

As Bevan stated, "Birth 
dtf acts are fmrever imleas you 
hdp and everyone can he^ by 
walking at Virginia Beach on 
AptttAWI." 





Broken Needles, Inc. 
moves to new offices 



Thomas J. Harmon of 
Virginia Beach has been 
appoin ed indusirlal 
rela ions manager of Ford 
Mo or Company's Norfolk 
Assembly Plani. 

Reasor selected 

Woodrow W. Reasor of 
Virginia Beach has been 
selected as the 1973 national 
representative of the National 
Association of Home Builders in 
Virginia. 



Broken Needles, Inc. A 
Christian anti-drug 
organization, recentljrsigned a 
lease with Tidewater Industrfes 

to rent new offices at "5445 
Connie Lane in Virginia Beach, 
one mile northeast of the 

Newtown Road exit off the 
Virginia Beach-Norfolk 
Expressway. 

Broken Needles has never 
had a permanent home since it 
began operating 18 months ago. 

The original offlcea were in the 
home of the founder, the Rev. 
Danny Marrow. 

The offices were moved to a 
vacant barn on Holland Road in 
May. The offices were tem- 
porarily moved back into Rev. 

Marrow's home in November 
until a suitable building could 
be found. 
Broken Needles currently 



conducts a drug prevention 
program in the Norfolk city 
schools, a prison ministry, 
convalescent home ministry, 
personal and family counseling, 
job placement for those in the 
drug program, a 24-hour hotline 
und a tape ministry. 

The organization plans to 
resume Bible studies and start 
Sunday morning services at the 
new locatton. 




Jaycee Ar Eaeaberg aeOa the first Jar of apple baiter lo 

Mayor Rober B. Cromwell lO kick off the Virginia Beach 

Jaycees' Apple Bu ler Week. The Jaycees will he selling 

apple bu ler d<Mir- o-diMifio benefit Camp Virginia Jaycee . • 

and local projec s in he areas of menial health and mental Linger WUIS tlip 

re arda km. 



BOM or m TIAII-R«b«t t. MiM b pNMUMI Ml 

"Bnaa nf Ihe Yeaor" award by Mrs. Beveriy Ann Barrett. 
who nominated him. The preaentaUw was made at the 
recent Execudve Night banqnet of the Virginia Beach 
Chapter of the NaUonal Seeretariee AnoclatlOD. Sntton Is 
managing partner of the Norfolk office of Peat, Marwibk. 
Mitchell and Co. accouatlag firm. 

DAV to help 
file daims 

Representatives of all 
Disabled American Veterans 
chapters In the srea will be In 
the Virginia Room of GEX 
Department Store (on Virginia 
Beach Blvd.) from 6:30-8:30 
p.m. on Thursday, March 15, to 
help disabled veterans file 
claims with the Veterans 
Adminlstatlon or Join the DAV. 

Toyota dealer 
given award 

Edward Snyder of Checkered 
Flag Toyota has been awarded 
ttie Toyota National Customer 
Relations Service Award. 
Checkered Flag ToyoU was one 
of 71 Toyota dealerships across 
the country to receive the 
award. 



THilUN-THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1973-PAQE 3 



Moose gift 

Members of Aragona Mooae 
Lodge, S. Lynnhaven Road, this 
week presented a taUe^ennia 
outfit to the Plau Vdunteer 
Fire Department. 

The new outfit, com|dete with 
table and necessary ac- 
cessories, was donated as part' 
of the Lrodge's commimity in> 
volveinenl program. 

The equipment will be uaed 
for the recreation of firemen 
spending long hours In the fire 
station in the event they are 
needed lo answer fire alarms. 



>73 



Never tail children that 
medicine is candy, even If It 
tastes good. 



CERAMIC OASSES NOW FORMING 
PAtS CiRAMICS STUDIO 

NOW BNROLLINQ NEW STUDENTS BOTH BEGINNBRg 
* ADVANCED 

DAYTIME CLASSES 10 to 2 

OION.-WEDl-PIU.) 
EVENING CLASSES 7 to 10 

(TOURS. A PRL) 
FOR PURTOER INFORMATION 

CALL 840-8485 

All M«twl«! a Equlpiwnt Ay«ll»bH . 




eaJ Estate 
Today 

BY BUD LAUBACH Q.R.I. 

LARASAN REALTY CORP. 





P0IIBE8 HONORED ~ Chariea H. 

Forbes Jr. (left), former board member 
iif he Virginia Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce, is presented a plaque by Richard 
H. Kline. Chamber president, for his 12 
years' wjirk with (he Virginia Beach 



Music Fes ival. a corneal Forbes 
origina ed ospoilighi high school bands 
In he area. Forbes was presented the 
plaque a he Chamber's recent board 
mee Ing. 



HEART FUND GIFT - Jta BkkNrd. vkt preaMcat ef 

Larasan's pri^riy management dlvMon and chairman of 
he Heari Fond. dUpUys a check far |1.7M preaenled to the 
Tund from Weight Waichera, who apoBaored a recent 
benefit luncheon-fashlwi show. On the right are Mr. and 
Mrs. An Weiner, guests at the lancheoo. whq alartcd the 
Del-Mar-Va. Weight Watchers dab alx yMrs ago. 

»~ibr.u«ehrf S 

^^MstiiietkMi 

Tor a GIFT WITH QU/j:,iTy...STOf in 

AND SEE US AT THE GIFT COVE 

At te Gift Diw we oHh yw orijr a lof Hm 
arfecthw of dMlactiM gifti nd earii. 



Kaowii« ddi, jmi CM auk* 
VMtety of M^ qoHfy SMR" 
loplMsedMmMlfrfKtiM 



yovdKrfesofs 



OPENMON. 



. . SAT. 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. FRI. TIL 9:00 P.M. , 





BA¥000D1 

IMS mmnuBmca h-vd. «4-m 



Otto Linger of Virginia 
Beach, manager at Kimnach 
Ford, is one of 33 dealerdiip 
parts managers recognised 
nationally for management 
excellence by the Ford 



Customer Service Division. 

Linger won an all-expense- 
paid trip to the Bahamas. 

Ward elected 

Dennis Ward of Virginia 
Beach, son of Mr. and Mrs. John 
M. Ward, has been elected to 
serve on the Committee on 
Academic Standing at Virginia 
Wesley an College. Ward is a 
sophomore. 



IMPROVEMENT CAN BE COSllV 



Yos ess maks a mMioa ml*- 
I^BM nyliig to mO year own 
iKMsa. And OM of nMm to 
■itUaf the WRMi im|noT«nent& 
Miay tinoi, sa expeiirive 
•ddittM ot lepalt ctii (m the 
Uad o( diii« thati cost you 
lir sMie than yos fit beck. 



Thm, Om houe Aoald preeent 
a toooliie ^ipeataaee - mowed 
lawn, trimmed dmiw. end no 
oMow ladiMtloM of neglect, 
bat if* late when • liqe flaan- 
ctol undartaUni wiB bring mote 
mon than iti eott in the (kial 



may end up with a faMef mi* 
mi lem laconvmience If jroo 
lower the MOim price an eqahrs- 
lent amount 



Initaad of gueirini at to how 
much, if any, lapaii wotk to 
nndettaka, lee t food Raaitoi; 
He can tcO you what to do to 
main yoof home moie iriesble. 

And iriiit not to do to yon 

won't loM money. 



HlUni price. 



Thaie to always die fInancU 
itok of mtocalculation. toa 
Home lepair cott* fiequenlly 
end op ■ lot hi^er dian 
origlaally anticipated. Yon 



Ibhiking of sailing your 
property? It mskos aenas to 
list it with Lvssan whan yon 
can itopend on complsta pro- 
fssstonsi leivlea. Ilaayqaall- 
fied buyars ait wslthig to boy 
your pnH^srty. Seivlcadoas 
not stop when we list your 
inoporty. Cil todiy 840-8(MI0i 








Bulterick 68S2 
4 3/8 yds fabric, 
notions, pattern: 
under $8 



RAYGOCH) IHOPnNG CENTER fNOGPENDeNCE BLVD. 
4«4-S407 HILLTOP N0R1H SHOmNG CEKTER 42»92H 



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PAfiE ♦i-TWtlWJW^TKURSOAY, MARCH 8. 1873 



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people 



oeral Auembly awroved in the iMsion 
tMi itrpti|«, WW vafiue, ytrsion of 
MM vuu^fiFMmom of Infonhation Act. 

rwTiSit^ tito npta o« this Act, perhapi 
miiooMtruini it aitif^Uon <letigned to giVe the 
pnmMkjggoi^y, when in truth it ii dciigiMd 

^m^^ms^ 10 1!^ p«)ple mU^t know 
>-M iitap alieleA n^i^ wt d(^, wtore tMr 
0m i^Mag^^. Thii, al^ all, is their 
asAmMoitisMaens. 
dt taera) AastanWy has made into law 
I, and the news media, must now force 
. n was Quite ohvious by the violations of 
tiii nrw^ Act uiat the public will seldom gain 
tMsbl»mation without legally forcing the issue. 
And the loose wonttng of the earUer Act jeopar- 
dised togal eitforcement. 

Mii^has now been changed. ExpUcitly worded 
MAsa^Mtts now speU out the people's righU. 
fliiy can, and should, press for information due 
ikm, fi$ nfws-media sbuld strive to see that the 
MtaDli get this iitformation. Itiere are souroes 
Ivailibleto force enactment, llie Sigma Delta Chi 
tovnalism fraternity, for instance, is assenjbl ng a 
^toh# finance smaUer newspapers in legal 
suMs to combat closed door meetings. 

muB amended Act is printed in its entirety on this 
page so the people can see exactly what in- 
Snatien is now lepUy avaUable to thein. 
SS^.O^pub^ «¥8tudy it carefully. Their 
m^mmimm madia wiU be important )b 
Sim to eome if they are to have aceess to 
SKoaiMital acttens that affect them, as citizens 
Sd as taxpayers. 

It takes little imagination to see how many so* 
im\M executive sessions will no longer sUnd up 
inder the serutii^r of the new Freedom of In- 
tonnation Act. 

If may work 

'^Neeeialty la the mother of invention." 

A^il since necessity provokes the simplest 

stluttan tea eempJMC mmm, perhape that U why 

mmmM on ai^ levd seeks the expensivdy 

Soitix sriutiens rather than the economicaUy 

rinnle, 
theelH^Ha, in other words, usually escapes the 



UU^ 



'"Aat mm ^ whi^ is happening in Virginia 
Qiaoh. Ttli pfaM devised by Private Citizen John 
n^to|B#l^f«rtWsfr«ctures to correct the 

sjvwt bjS^reata proUem could wdl be a 
Ipr^ 10 aMr^i^mple ^ one thought it could 

^ tf is to dlK(^Uisctt's«iedit that they decided to 
1^1 %mm tevertPWt in metal fence-like 
£SeM ^ ime n^ 4baR ^"^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^' 

^Sim^^mmm. m ttiat it is too much 

mmW^^miix^ he has the answer 
hi «tllltl^M«e^ta payment only if his idea 
iiiii oddi an tera to beat. 
™^Sy not a Private Citizen in 
iViiWlltetai'l putting for Potter and his 
, ^ iH^ ^ «a, Oiey are hoping the 
div^a^elbM^eroidon can be stopped once 
Mmmm^mmm m «* hoping one of 
me^mtrnfm^ the wperiJi, will reap the 
fiwarda^ weoe^^ hte iagemMty . 
^Stt l^»^ ^aw "iand fences" have 
ea^^i^M^Mitie8;0ther sUtes, Florida for 

histaMe, hpve flv^seftfiilly used similar devices, 
h|ied##WBefteory. The Potior Project may 

wark hare. We sure hope so. 

iusive solution 

Qti Ceundl has another of its dilemmas: 
Ril^ond^ to the demands of the people vs. facing 
the InevHal^ Kwrt actien. . . 

•rte adversary ttts ttme, however, is the for- 
mUable Federar Government Washington says 
SiSe the Back Bay WUdltfe Refuge to vehicle 
traffic to protect the ecology and the sand dune 
gtructurt ol tUs valuabto natural wonderland. The 
pe^ say open it to limited traffic. ...at least to 
nr^wty owners who have no other access to their 
homes and investments at the extreme southern 
end of \^inia Beach. ,. ^ ,,. 

Both sides to this controversial issue have valid 
ita. Pleasure-seekers certainly have no 
lit to Jeopardize the beauty and ecological 
ince of one of the few natural habitata left in 
nia Beach, or in Tidewator. But it is equaUy 
_ It to close a heretofore public access to private 

(Kmdl is caught in the middle. A situation not 
untoue to this city's governing body. Court sulta 
have beaane the rule rather than the exception. 
But a court suit with the Federal Government? 
Tliat's certainly an unenviable position. Especially 
whan council isn't sure where justice reaUy lies. 
' "nils sn^Umi has been pencUng for many long 
months. There must be a logical, compatible 
soliitiQii. Obviously more time is yet needed to find 
tht tkui far elusive anairar. 




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Vlrginla'sFreedoirioflnformafionAcf 



tlw isn mrtufll »• OMml Ai««i^ win bMomt if. 

•mcndwi. W ttt dodtlf Virginia N amiiiM and tmasttd 
at f(^ewa: «— — 

1 tl-m. Official racordi to ba opan to ta«pMW>f^ «• 
ea|>tioM,-(a) Ixcapt aa oUwrwlaa apaclllcally projrtdad ^ 
law, aU oMlcia! racorda ahaU ba opan to iMpaetton and 
copying to any cltliaBa <■( tlila SUta havtnf a Pfracna! or 
laaal lutinBt in apaetflad raeorda during tha ragHlsr offiM 
hoin of ttia cuatodlan ct aueh nwh. Ac«ii to gg 
rawdi itall not ba danlad to any iiidi dUtan or WM 

nor to wpraaaniatlvaa of aawapapara and msgaiinaa wla 
elrcttlatlon In ttila Stata, and rapraaantatlvji aj radio and 

tolaviaton atatlona broadeaating ta «LL"^»iSi,.i«, 
(b) Thf «lowli«racflrdaaraa)cdudad from thaprovlalona 

of UUa ciwptor. .^ ^ _ i.i-^ 

(I) Mamoranda, corraapondanca, avldanca and M«"g*fJ» 
rilatod to criminal lnvaati|itlona, and raporU aubmittod to 
thaitoto and local pdtoa In coofldaoca. 
(a) Coofldantlal racorda oT aU invaatigationa ol t^cf «"» 
for lieanaaa and all licanaaa mada by or aubmittad to Uia 
Alcoholic Bavaraga Control Board. 

ii) Stoto im»ma tox raeorda, madlcal and manto rocoroa, 
acbolaatic racorda, axcapt that auch accaaa ahaU not ba 
danladtothaparaonwhoiattiaaubjactlharaof. 

(4) Mamoranda, working papara and corraapondanca hald 
by tha offiea of tho Oovamor or tho mff*» ^bar cWaf 
axaeutive offlcar of any polltleal aubdlvlalOB fl< thaStoto. 

(I) Mamorando, woAlng naparo and raeorda efmf 
apadfleally Air uaa in UtlAnon and material fumiahad in 
coefWanca to aaid olflcw. ^w.«„i„ 

1. LI-MI. Maatinga to N public axcapt aa otharwlaa 
providad; ftlformatlon aa to tlroa and placa.-Except aa 
otlMfwiaa apaclflcaUy provWad by Iw wd ,«««g " 
pro¥ldad in nil-m amfli-141, aH maatinfi itaU ba puMlc 
maatinga, Minutaa ahall ba racordad at sU publto m^^taga. 
Information aa ^ tha tlma and placa ol aach maatlng ihaU ba 
fumiahad to any citiian of thii Stoto who raquaata aueh in- 
formation, ■ , ' _ ., ._ 

1 a.l-844, Exacutlva or doaad maattaga-ia) Ixacutivf or 
doaad maatinga may ba hald only for tha foUewfng purposaa: 
(1) Diacuaalon of conaidaration of amptoymant, aaa^ 
mont, appointment, promotion, demotion, aalarlaa, 
diadplinlng or reaignation of pubUc offloora, appointoea or 
employeaa of any public body. 
Houaa Bin No. 1166 ^ ^,^, , ,_ 

(i) Discuaaion or conaldaraUon of tha condition, aoquiaitlon 
or uae of real property for public purpoae, or of tha 
dIapoaltioB of publicly held property. ^ ^ . , , 

(3) The protection of the privacy of IndivlAiala in peraonal 
mattan not related to public builnoBi. 

(4) DiicuBiion concerring « proapective busineaa or in- 
Aiaby where no previoua annoimcement haa been made of 
the bualnaaa' or Induatry'a intoreat In locating In the com- 
munit 



(I) fto tnveatl^ of pii^lie Au^ where ompotttfeB or 
bariMnlng are Invelvad, where if nsdi lubUc InlUany Hm 
ItaMwiiilfaitoraat of the geveranaetal unit Hvoidd bt ad- 
vwtily affected. 

(1) CoMultatioii with lefal eouaaai and brtaflnga by ataff 
members, conaultonta ^ •ttomaya, partalaing to pendtag 
Utigatioi, or legal mattora within the JuriadlettoB of the 
pubUe bo^ toe Wtag laisl dacumenla. 

(b) No maeljM ahan baeeiaa an esacutive or eleaed 
meaUM unloaa liere ahall have bean racordad an af- 
flrmattva vote to tint effect by the publto bofhr toUUng aueb 
Meetii«, witeh moUoB ahell atata audflMp »a jMum 
or purpeaaa bmlB above aet forth In Ihla aaetiflB whldi are to 

be the aubjact of aueb maeting. 

(c) No raaolutioo, ordinMoa, rule, contract, regulattoe or 
motion adoptod. paaaed or npaed to to an fxaeutlva ar clOMd 

maatti« ataaU beeoma dlaetlve udaas neb public bo^, 
follewi« aueh maaltaig, raeaevanaa to opaa maatlng and 
tohaa a veto of the MambaiaUp on audi naolutloo, oi^ 
diaaaca, rule, coBtraet, regyktlen or motion. 

(d) Nothing in thia aactioe AiU be eonabued to preveiit the 
holdlivi of ooefaraneaa batweea two or more pubU^ bodie^ or 
their rapraientotivea, but tHaie conferaneea ahaU be aubjact 
to the aame rofuiattona for holding asaeutlva or cloeed 
aeaaiomaaareappUeaUatoawotberpubUcbo^. 

I I.I4M. Agaaeiaa to whioli chaptor inappUcaWa.-The 
proviatona of diU diaptar ahaU not be appUeabIa to 
dalibarationa of atonding and other committoea of ttia 
General AaaemWy, provided ttiat wh«i Wlla or other 
laflalitlve maeaur«ra are oofUldered in neoitlve or ctoeed 
meaOiva of aueh committeaa, flnal voting ifaaraon ahaU be 
token In open meetlngi; onlaaa aueb action ia in conflict w^th 
the rulaa of tha body of the Oanaral Aaaambly conaldaring 
aueh bUla or other lagialaUve msttora, under Uw provlaiona of 
Artlds IV. 17, of AeCooatltotfon of Virginia; lf^«J» 
intortoi atudy ComnUaalona and cwnmlttoaa, Inctodtas the 
Vlriinia Code Commtoaion; the Virginia Advlaory 
LHmilatlva Council and ito eommlttaae; atudy commltteee or 
eommlaalona appolntod by ttia Oovaraor; meatinp of 
committoea of the Stoto Board of Education and oomm Ueea 
appdatod by the StotoBoard of Education whidi are hdd for 
the purpoee of makli« reeemmandationa to Uia Stoto Board 
of Education, boarda of vtoltora or tniitoaa of atoto-aupportod 

imtitutiena of higher adoeation, provided Uiat an- 
noinoemanta of tha aetiona of the boarda, except thoee ao- 
ttona ndudad by 1 a.l-M4 of the Virglnto Code, are made 
avallible Immedlatdy following ttw meettnga and that the 
offidal mlnutoa of ttia board meeUnp, exoept thoee aetiona 
axdudad by 1 1.1-644 of the Virglnto Code, are mada available 
to the public not men than throe working daya aftor audi 
maetinga; parde boarda; petit Juriee; grand Juriaa; the 
Virginia State Crime Commiialon; and atudy commianona or 
committeea appdntod by the governing bodiea of countlee, 
dtlee and towna, provided that no cwnmittae or commlaaion, 
appdntod bf auch governing bodiea, the memberabip of 
which conalita wholly d membera of luch govwning body, 
ahall be deemed to be atudy commlsalona or committeea 
under the provialoni d thia section, 



GoldaM^ir: a 
woman of courage 

WASHINGTON, D.C.. 1^ I, ^-J^}^!^^^^ 
hav. thatmoat dher headi el iMjeia g^^SSIiSSrlf 
ia a wwaa. Her «e)y rival to W^_5f*ySL!ffifi-r 
Indta. tadlrala me««beautlfW, moreew^c, M^2Ptt»«»2 52 
SSwaariof ridimatartal. Wiaiherdaaiitogbladi^««f/« 
Sto7i5£«ooo.pteuouaiA5.l«irtotfh* 
alaeant deture. She la n^ aboM ping tar fcnWaa m» "" 
SSrtic Sie to calMWtl hir asdMcea. b»^ »^ . 

lEf SToToddaflta to itert. #«W|:.^,;«&£j 
Jewtah - a nnfan carpantor'a dau^, l^ougrt ««£ "ffj*^ 

muntly toader, sad wrt tfac^^wd to ttatwM Na^ Jjg 
iliiaMka fHaueatb la dafcoaa of laiial, Whan Oiat Battaajpsi* 

dioee Gdda. toW *>»««»> ■»»T^jy»fr,,.*gffiL^ 
Daadon. wit and intoUiienea. If eta ia a tough atel^tmor, aha 

J^hi?lSl«!MrtS1^^ 

^''^l,^ra!tni|iMaferhartokeapV>PI»^^ 
UdtodSSa aHSSuM 10 aeoe aftar tta dmtini dm 

SS^^wTtead! Her angutoh over *• tecM||ntwaa 
135 Inbar i«narka before a atondtog room axceee audtonce at 

''^bmtotoSTa dtoaUon in the MlddtoEaat, ritaaaya it to qdto 
dmde. '"Rie Arata muat toam to love their children more than 
Swtato toe Jewa." At praaant, dw aald, ♦There to no war, but 
dS£iitonop«ice, b«tfiC;toh|»ethjU we«M n^t^Tta 
Btotoof brad extoto and we maat team toUve together with our 
Mi£bflnJLdueeomratolnatoadoffigbV'Mra.Meb;iMed. 

ffiSllnued:^nativaaoebofliagiaeH»da^^ 
mucli money haa baaa apant en daatnietton tastead of the great 
id^uiMlffael andJoidMcouldtave mada. We have mana^^^ 




Sp^ktog of tta hope for negottotlon the Prime Midater add. 
"There ia no aubtoet that our nalghbora could put on the tobto teat 
we would nd agree to dlacuaa, but nagottotiona can only be arried 
on whan tiiare to a difference of opidon. The purpoee ia to readva 

ttie ^ermeea," ,^ 

"We are nd bdng d>ot at now," die aald. "beauae our mi^ 
bora know that we are atrong. The border xsiraia muat be adved 
tocauae they are eaaanttol for larad'a aurvival. We have notdrawn 
a mapdthebordera, but we know we caimd c«ne down mm the 
Gdhan Heighto, which la a perfect torget from above. Certainly tee 
Suei Canal and tee ptotoau are ptocea wWch are negotiaWe. The 
Sharm el-SheiU to larad'a lif* line. Egypt doean't uae (t except to 
cut off our ahlpping." . ^ . j^^i. ^ 

Even though tee Proaa Club brdie a ruto and extonded the time, 
teere were too many quaationa. Seemingly tirdeaa, tWa 
ronarkable woman waa otoioudy dated aa die teanked tta huge 
crowd for coming to hear tar not to tag but to enlighten. She did her 
begging wite Preeldent Nixon who asaured her d dd. 



Stranded visitors found hospitality 



To the Editor: 

The business and civic 
community d Virglda Beach 
deserves some words of warm 
(H-aise for the hoepitollty th^ 
showed scmie stranded ipiests 



during tee anowatorm d Feb. 
10. 

Wten tee heavy snow made 
streets and parking areas 
virtually impassable, several 
hundred delegates to the 
Virginia Circuit IB assemdy d 



Rodgersforsheriif 



To the Editor; — 

Please allow me to take this 
occasion to bring to your at- 
tention to a matter which I feel 
that you and the citizens of 
Virginia Beach should ta aware 
of, and concerned about, i.e., 
the impending elections In our 
city. 

Several candidates have 
recently announced for the 
office of Shwlff. I am not 
acquainted wite any of these 
gentlemen, and tee purpose of 
teis letter Is nd to ipedtagaimt 
teem, or to criticise Mr. Marr, 
the preaent Sheriff. 

It, therefore, is my feeling 
teat the man most qualified for 
Sheriff is Mr. Alvln L. "Sally" 
Rodgers, Chief Justice of tee 
Peace for the City of Virginia 
Beach, a lite-long resident. It Is 
my belief, after speaking to 
"Sally", teat he will seek tee 
office of Sheriff as an In- 
dependent candidate, and many 
of his friends and numerous 
citizens terou^out the City are 
encouraging him to do so. 
"Sally" has been affllliated 
wite law enforcement most ot 



his l ife, and his proent office Is 
tocated within the City Jail. He 
has recently completed a course 
in jail management wite tee 
State Board of Welfare and 
Institutions, and I underaUnd 
has a certificate to certify tela 
fact. 

However, in view of tee fact 
teat Mr. Bodgers would ta 
required to resign his preaent 
post as Chief Justice of tee 
Peace in order to become a 
candidate, or enter into any 
political campaign, ta to not at 
tels time In a position to make 
any formal public an- 
nouncemmt. I would greaUy 
appreciate your bringing thto to 
tee attontlim d tee eltiaana d 
virglnto Beach, and I hereby 
encourage all of "Sally'a" 
friends, and tee cltliens of 
Virginia Beach to help him in 
any way teey can. We need 
Sally Bodgers aa Sheriff. 

Thank you for allowing me 
tee oMMM-tunity to expreaa my 
opinion. 

Very truly youra, 
W.B. Hall, Jr. 
Sea Oaka Couri 



Jehovah's Witneases were 
stranded at tee Virglnto Beach 
Dome. 

The management of the 
Howard Johnaon's Motor Lodge 
and Kona Kai Mdd goieroualy 
extonded apodal ratea to teoae 
delegatea who tad come to tta 
Beach Borough unprepared for 
an overnight stoy. 

Ilie Virglnto Beach Pdice 
Department atawed patience 
andlindnesi in providing 
transportation for these 
delegatea ftram tee Dome to 
tedr lodging facUltiea and to 
ddlng oteera to negotiate Uieir 
way out d tta snowy parking Id 
and over tta taswdoua atreeto. 

The manag«nent d tta Dome 



cooperated by allowii^ many d 
our delegatea to remain teere 
overnight. And tta Virginia 
Beach ctapto- of the American 
Red Croaa talped to aecurlng 
Uanketo for tee Dome ^eata 
from tta Army at Ft. Story. 

It all seenu to show ttat, even 
in the wintry "off-seaaon," 
Vlrgtola Beach peode know tta 
meadng d hoapitdity. I know I 
speak for all tee ddegatea to 
our asimibly In.extoiding a 
cdlective ttanka to all Ihoae 
who extended us aid ami kind- 
ness, 
Sincerdy 

Maurice C. Brlnkley 
AaaemUy chdrman 
Norfdk 



SUN SURVEY 

QUESTION : Should tha Stata Code 
be amended to raiae the reimbune- 
ment for vandaliim from $200 to $1,0007 

Your eommento and signed lettava would ta apM^i^ted dso. 

VES D ■ NO.n 

Opariitlimto: VIRGINIA BEMM SUN, 
la lloieiiwiit Rd, Vitut SmcH, Vt mi 



LQQfrNpt $2000 



Despite a mtoprint to toat 
week'a queation on vandaltom, 
which erroneoudy indicated a 
$2,000 limit, readers responded 
to fawxr of tta amendment and 



some even suggeated a 66,000 
Umit. 

We will aummarise the 
reaponse next week but 
meanwiiile, vote yea or no on 
thia imporUmt iaaue. 



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parenfs'responsibility 



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A Dear PubUettkm Dtdictttd To Servkit 

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iMA.t^m^M aMfih, virginK 314 aa 

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ttitffgay^^toer ^Id Poole. General M»nater 

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MM^^p^ijH paid 

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awainiiinitoMm oi»AMiiiicA' 

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To tee Editor: 

I was pleased to read M. F. 
Woyt's reply to your February 
1st article on the "BIrteright 
organizaUon." I'd lita to add 
that the problem Isn't Just sex 
and abortion education or even 
birth control being tai^ht in our 
schools; the real tosue Is, does 
the state or any other 
organisation have the 
responsibility or tta right to 
raise our children and tetw- 
mine what, where and how teey 
are to be educated? 

This type (»f education Isn't 
even a responsibility of the 
church, at least not the church, 
Chris) established; but teen, a 
Chrlattonsboukin'ttafacedwlte 
the problems of atartlM, illicit 
neat. V .D.. and if unniairrled, 
birtit contnil. 

No, Ihe right, as well as the 
responsibility for sex and moral 
(raining rc«ls squardy ortHhe 
ithouldcrH of the parenlB. Some 
have gladly turned |i»ir ri^to 
nf clolhtnii, housing, toeing 
and <ntortalning ihetr children 
over 111 llu' stale Thesp pec^le 
iswm io httvc iHi fcor «if turning 



the rwt of tedr reBponaibilltlea, 
including moral training, over 
to It. As a ChristiM I won't 
oppose those of the world wta 
desire to do this, however, I do 
resent, and am bitteriy oppoaod 
to taing forced into having my 
children taught tela hedontotlc 
garbage as endorsed and paid 
for by the govemmmt. 

I become vmty «>ncemed 
when the government makea 
"sex" a mandatory subject in a 
mandatory system. For peo|de 
who want this kind of socialtMn 
I can only feel pity, but I won't 
deny them tee right to par- 
(Icipatc In it. But "forcing" 
such nrt on those who abhor It to 
a long way from tta taaic 
"rights" commonly aaaociated 

with a "free" peopto. 

From the wey some of tne 
"modern" teachers leach, I 
doubt they cwM^ even teach 
"sfx." BUI wjf wwry Isn't their 
inability to leach il, rateer it's 
that they might and probably 
will teach il In the same shoddy 
Kbtt world calls It 
M»phlsllcaledi fashion as they 
fOwitiflued on Page 5) 




SCHOOLS' 
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Canada will run for lieutenant governor 



SUte Sen. A. Joiqih Canada 
has aiBMNmced his candidacy 
for the Republican nrnnination 
as Ueutenant govamcNr. 

Caaada grtm up in Lyndi- 



burg, attended schools in 
FannviDe and Ridimond aiid 
now .lives in Viifinia Beadi. 

Canad^also annoim«ed plans 
to conduct a ^"walking cam- 



paign" to talk to the people 
thrau^iout the state and ex- 
idain bis vie«» on current 



Schools close at 
noon on Friday 



"I loiow that I am young and, 
in the eyes of atme, a newcomer 
to the \^itfdia political scene," 



All Virginia Beach public 
schools win be closed at noon on 
Friday, March 9, for a special 
orientation program for 
teaches. The program, which 
will be conducted 

simultaneously in evoy school 
in the city, will be based on the 
new Standards of (^lality in 
Education passed by the 1972 
General Assembly. 

The three hour pn^am is 
designed to increase the 
teachers' understanding of the 
standards and their objectives 
and to increase the teachers' 
efflciency in meeting the in- 



structional needs of their 
students. 

School &iperintaident E.E. 
Brickell and School Board 
Chairman Robert H. Def<H*d Jr., 
will give the more than 2280 
teachers an ova-view of the 
Standards of Quality via closed 
circuit televisim aftw which 
the teachos will parUdpate in 
group discussions about some of 
the specific aspects <rf the 
Standards. Additional 
presMitations about the stand- 
ards will be made lalSnr In the 
day at each school. 




Sm. Canada 



Canada said in announcing his 
candidacy, "but I would like to 
unequivocably make a com- 
mitment to you, the citisens of 
Virginia and the members of 
the Republican Party of the 
Commonwealth, that I will 
wage a vigorous and untiring 
campaign in seeking this 
nomination in winning the 
lieutenant governor's race next 
fall." » 

PoKce 
numbers 
change 

Lt. R.L. Robbins, CO., Police 
Communications Section, ad- 
vises telephtme numbers for the 
Virginia Beach Police Com- 
munications Section have t)een 
changed. Those needing police 
assistance in emergencies 
riiould dial 427-5000. For in- 
formation purposes dial 427- 
4231. 




Five snow days to be made up 



All studaits in the city's 
public schools will attend school 
on Blaster Monday, April 23, and 
Memorial Day, May 28, to 
partially make up the five days 
Uwt when school was closed 
because of snow. 

In addition, elementary 
school children will attend 

, school on Tuesday, April 3, and 
Wednesday, April 4, previously 
designated as parent con- 
ference days, and on Friday, 
June 8, a teachers' records day. 
Hie parent conferoice days will 
be rescheduled (o Saturdays, 
April 7 and 14, and teachers' 

Lncords day will be Saturday, 
June 9. 



Secondary school students 
will also attend school on 
Friday, March 23, previously 
designated as teachers' in- 
service day, and on Thursday, 
June 7, and Friday, June 8, 
designated in-service and 
records days. 

The March 23 in-service day 
has been changed to Saturday, 
April 7, and the June 7 and 8 in- 
service and records days have 
been rescheduled to Saturday, 
June 9, and Monday, June 11. 

The School Board voted ap- 
proval of the plan proposed by 
E. E. Brickell to make up the 
live Int days at a special board 
meeting held last Tliursday. 



The lost days must be made up 
for the schod system to receive 



full funding, based on a 18(Nlay 
school year. 



City delays action 
on refuge closure 



Announces for Sheriff 



S.J. "Joe" Smith has an- 
nounced his candidacy for 
dieriff of the City of Virginia 
Beach as an independent 
candidate. 

Smith, who was a State 
Trooper for 27 years, would try 
to give the jail "a complete and 
different image— as soon as 
possible." 

The image Smith would try to 
project, if elected, is similar to 
Portsmouth, Chesapeake and 
Richmond city jails— jails 
which Smith feels are the most 
modem and up-to-date in the 
state. 

As a State Trooper, Smith 
feels he has lived with jails, 
knows bow they should operate. 




and sees the problem with the 
Virginia Beach City Jail per- 
sonnd. 

"Adequate personnel is a 
main criteria," Smith reported. 
"If you opo-ate it (the jail) 
properly it is an open book- 
open to the eyes and ears of the 
public." 

Smith feels the public has the 
right to know what goes on in 
the jail and how it operates. "I 
think we have to build a good 
image and then we should 
retain that image." 

Building the image of a good 
jail, as Smith would do it, 
means "bringing in outstanding 
sheriffs and penal officials to 
see what could be done and 

doing it I have those people 

at my disposal," Smith con- 
tinued. 



City Council Monday ex- 
pressed mixed emotions over 
joining in legal action to block a 
proposed ckMure of a strip of 
beach at the Back Bay National 
Wildlife Refuge. Action on the 
matter was deferred until next 
Monday. 

The Departmoit of Interior 
has proposed closing the four 
mile strip of beach, which for 
years has been used as an ac- 
cess route by property owners 
travelling behind Virginia and 
North Carolina. 

The Committee of Concerned 
Citizens tar Conservation and 
Recreation requested Council to 
endorse a resolution reaf- 
firming opposition to the 
closure, and join in legal action, 
if necessary, to keep the area 
open. jiH 

CCCCR Chaiman Walter J. 
Leveridge contended the City 
has created a public right-of- 
way of the area in questim, and 
Uiat the Ftdetal Government 
has no right to close a City 
street. 

To support his claim 
Leveridge cited State Code 
definitions of public highways 



and roadways, and City action 
which created a public right-of- 
way of the area. 

Vice-Mayor F. Reid Ervin 
questioned whether you can 
establish a public right-of-way 
on federal property. Attorney 
Edward T. (Ned) Caton, III, 
representing CCCCR, reminded 
Ervin the right-of-way was 
created prior to the govern- 
ment's acquisition of tlie 
property. 

Caton reassured Council his 
clients "..want to see the area 
involved preserved." He was 
also assured by Ervin, "We 
want to see people who have 
rightful access to the area to 
have their rights protected." 

Councilman J. Curtis Payne 
expressed the opinion, "If one 
person has the right to use that 
beach any persmi has that 
right." 

The week's deferrment 
resulted from Council's desire 
to investigate ramification of 
legal action by the City, and to 
allow those favoring closure of 
the beach to present their 
views. 



Motels need permits 



Smith 



"Hie idea is taking what you 
have now and making the best 
of it." 

Smith, who is a Marine Corps 
veteran, claims to have broad 
support from both Democrats 
and Republicans. _ 

Active for many years in the 
Kempsville Baptist Church and 
Kempsville Masonic Lodge, 
Smith sees the key to the 
election as meeting the people. 
He has given up his job as a 
State Trooper to campaign full 
time. 



Doug Stiffler Rev. Ketdewell 

on Dean's List Lenten preacher 



Jon Douglass Stiffler, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Stiffler, 
1525 Shorehaven Court, has 
been named to the Dean's List 
for the Fall Trimester at 
Franklin University of 
Columbus, Ohio. Stiffler is a 
sophomore at Franklin. 



The Rev. Charles G. Ket- 
tlewell, rector of Emmanuel 
EptscofMd Church, Portsmouth, 
will be the Lenten preacher at 
St. Francis Episcopal Church, 
509 Rosemont Road, Virginia 
Beach, on Sunday, March U at 
7:30 p.m. 



Planning Commission's 
revised CZO is released 



City Council took action 
Monday to requhie a aseiwrmif 
in construction of motels in the 
Beach Borough, and to 
safeguard against such 
structures being used as 
apartment buildings. 

This was accomplished 
through the amending of the 
existing Master Zoning 
Ordinance of the City of 
Virginia Beach, which 
presently covers only that 
portion of the city known as the 
Beach Borough, which 
presently does not require such 
a permit. 

This provision was recently 
u|^ld in a Circuit Court test of 
the denial of a use permit by 
City Council for construction of 
such a structure. 

The new Comprehensive 
Zoning Ordinance, which is 
being released publicly today, 
reportedly will establish such a 
requirement on a city-wide 
basis. Such permits are 
presently required in areas 
outside the Beach Borough, 
wMch is regulated 1^ the form- 
er Princess Anne County 
Zoning Ordinance. 

The amendmmt stipulates 
what constitutes motels, hotels, 
and-or apartments, 1^ defining 
them in minimum and 



^maximumiot size and dwelling 
unit size as well as amount of 
parking space which might be 
required. 

Attorney Grover Wright, who 
reportedly drafted the amend- 
ment, in presenting it to Council 
said, "This is designed to close 
the flood gates on applications 
for motels..." until the new CZO 
becomes effective. 

Wright also pointed out that 
under existing regulations, 
"Unless you want to build a 
single family or duplex dwelling 
(in the Beach Borough) you 
would have to get a use per- 
mit." 

Councilman Donald H. 
Rhodes, pointing to lack of 
requiring a use permit outside 
the Beach Borough, questioned, 
"Why shouldn't we be uniform 
through the City? I think we'd 
be better off until we have the 
new CZO." 

Rhodes motion to amend the 
proposal, seconded by Coun- 
cilman Floyd E. Wateriield, Jr., 
was defeated. 

The amendment was ap- 
proved, on a motion from 
Councilman Charles W. Gard- 
ner seconded by Councilman 
John A. Baum, with Rhodes" 
casting the only dissenting vote. 



THE SUN -THURS DAY, MARCH 8, 1973-PAQE « 

Senior 
citizen 



EVANGELIST AND MRS. BILLY 
GRAHAM gree Li. Cmdr. and Mrs. 
WILLIAM M. Tschudy at Porlsmouih 
Naval Hdspiial. Following a luncheon 
with former POWs Graham praised 



Tschudy. Cap s. Jeremiah A. Denton, Jr., 
and James A. Mulligan, and Li. Cmdr. 
Paul E. Galanii by saying, "America 
needed some heroes. We now have them." 



activities: 

This week and next, the 
Department of Social S^vicM 
offers the following events to, 
senior dtiMns: 

Thursday, March S-ID car^ 
will be issued. 

Friday, March 9-a tour of 
Chrysler Museum an^hindi at 
■ dte Sheraton Inn. Cost is $1.99. 

Saturday, March 10- 
9)opping trip, cards, games, 
bridge instruction, ID cards. A 
bag lunch should be brougM. 

Wednesday, March 14- 
Quilting class, ceramics, ID 
cards. 

There are now two senior 
citizen centers in Virginia 
Beach, at Thalia Lynn Baptist 
Church and Westwtwd Hills 
Baptist Church in Kempsville. 

Additional Information may 
be obtained by calling the 
Department of Parks and 
Recreation, 497-4184. ActivltieB 
are open to anymie ao or over. 



Water 



contract 

Norfolk Mayor Roy B. Martin 
indicates terms of a conbract for 
the sale of water to Virginia 
Beach may be finalized within 
the week. 

The agreement, which 
reportedly meets desires of both 
cities, would end a moratorium 
on new water connections in 
Virginia Beach, and end some 
four years dispute between tl»e 
cities. 

Births 

Mr. & Mrs. Lee Ernest 
Harris, daughter. 

Mr. Si Mrs. Norman Shatzoff, 
daughter. 

Mr. Si Mrs. David Arthur 
Christiansen, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Edgar 
Hougtx, Jr., daughter. 

Mr. Si Mrs. Joseph Jefferson 
Morgan, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. Macl( Mc Kinley 
Ellis, son. 

Mr. & Mrs. James August 
Evans, son. 

Mr. 8i Mrs. John Lawrence 
O'Leary, son. 

AAr. and Mrs. David Chipman 
Fuller, Daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Edward 
Davis, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Kast, 
Son. < 

Mr^ a n d M rs. Joh n Cartt o n 
James, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Eugene 
McGuire, Son, » 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack William 
Falzarano, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Edward 
Weiler, Daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Duane 
Ash, Daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. David Worley, 
Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Samuel 
Dudley, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ed- 
ward Peek, Son; " 

Mr. and Mrs. David ^Hunt- 
ington Adams, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Richard 
Frangenberg, Son. 

Mr. arid Mrs. David Alan 
Lindbergh, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Peter 
DeBeasso, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Michael 
Day, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Rayfleld 
Yevick, Son. 

Mr. and Mrs. Quintin 
Hausman Reltzel, Son. 



Sex 



(Continued from Pag0 4) 

do so many other subjects. One 
of my children has an 
"English" teacher who not only 
won't correct students who use 
"ain't" but tells them it's proper 
today. Well, this teacher "ain't" 
about to teach my children 
"sex" and tell them fornication 
is not only to be condoned but is 
proper in this day and age. 
Spare my children this venture 
in your "Brave New World," if 
you want it, you're welcome to 
it, but please don't force others 
to partake with you. 
Yours truly, 
Mrs. J. e. Lackey 
Carriage Hill Road 



(oontinusd from p»g» 1) 



OHiformity existing buildinp 
which might otherwise be non- 
conforming." 

In explaining the reasoning 
behiiid the revisiom Mole said, 
"The whde revamping has 
beoi aimed at eliminating as 
many non-conforming loes as 
poariUe, and keqrij^in mind 
^^ todowngrad^W4»eriy 
ownedinM^e for ]ivs." 

Mote aio explained the 
reviskNtt are des^^ to cover 
bosiiictt distrisb linfter thdr 
pieseot opo-ations. 

He also pointed out am- 
idderatioa «ras also givm'lo 
larfe amounts ot farm landb in 
the Southern proticm of the dty. 
He said, "la the Blackwator and 
Pu^o ar^s and agricultural 
(tetrkU we tried wh««v«r 



possiUe to retain agricultural 
loes. We have tried to make 
evoTthing in this area cm- 
forming as far as possitrie." 

Cofies of the CZO text will be 
available t^the puWc in all 
public libraries, and ibices of 
the City Mauser and City 
Cl«ii, and Planntaf Dqkart- 
ment. The ac<»>mpanyiBg 
zoning nuips wili alw be 
public display in tie 
^MBiinistratioo Bidk&ie.<_| 
mat^ial will be avaitwn 
thitN^ Tunday,. MardP^« 
from 9 a.m. to • p.m. wedcdays. 
and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Satiaitays. 
March lOand^H. 

The CZO and zonii^ maps will 
he the mbftet of a Ptaaaing 
Commission hearing W«l- 
nesday. March 21. 





hiPrdductt 



NOW OPEN 

J«nnl-L!)ii'» Coiffure^* 

Jeanne Crago-AAonoger and Operator 
(formerly with Chesley's Coiffures) 

Fe Reed - Operator 
^^*-PatricJa Runions 'Manicurist 

Dianne Henne - Men's Hdirstyling 
(original ovy/rter of the "Lk>n 's Mane) 



Sdenrrfk approach to HAIRSTYUNG and HAIR CARE 

by use of MICROS(i>PE and Microgram scale 

((Xirne in fw a irme hair atwylsis) 



42S-7444 



606 N. BaJaeck Road Vuginia Beach. Va. 23451 



Centra/ Boyslde AthMk 4ssoclo#lon's 

INVITATIONAL 
BASKETBALL 

TOURNAMENT 




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MARCH 23. 24, 2& 



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(Friday, Saturday, Sunday) 

6, 7. «, 9 P.M. 10, 11, 12, 3. 4, 5,6, 7 P.M. 2, 3:30, 5 P.M. 

Bayside Jr. High School Gym 

965 Newtown Rd. Virginia Booch 



Alt-Star Basketball Teams from the 
following Virginia Beach Community 
League Areas and others will participate: 

20 TEAMS 



MIDGETS " 

10-11- 12 YR. OLDS 

Arrowhead 

Cooke 

Great Neck 

Kempsville 

Kings Grant 

Pbia 

Thoroughgood 

W.W. Houston 

(Others to be Named) 



INTERMEDIATES 

13 • 14 • YR. OLDS 

Arrowhead 

Cooke 
Dkimond Springs 

Great Neck 
Kings Grant 
Norfolk Panthers 
Plaza 

Tlioroughgood 
W.W. Houston 

(Others to be Named) 



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Trophies for Winning Teams. 
Refreshments will be sold by 
Bayside Jr. High Booster Club. 
Donations will be accepted 



CENTRA IrBAYSIDE 
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



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The Virfinia Besch Jaycees 
have announced plans to adact 
the outstancUng yoin^ educator 
of Virgtaiia Beach. 

The aearch is part <rf a 
statewide Jayece j^rogram to 
qwtli^t the achievrnnents and 
dedication of professional 
educators, l>oth male and 
female, between the agaa of 21 



and S. TMchers, prindpals, 
supervisors and adminUrtratmi 
in public and private schocds 
will be considered. 
Nominations may be made by 



ai^one, Nomtaiations will be 
Judged loeatty by ■ ppad of 
eivfe iMdMTi. liocal. winiiers 
tnm thrw^pMUt the Mate wID 
be eligible for state com- 
petition, whidi will datermlna 
ddcfates to a nation Out- 
standing Young Bdueator 
Program. 

Nominations may be made by 
sending the nominoaa' name 
and school addreaa to Wl 
Beverly, 611 asnd Strett. 
Virginia Beach, Va. mn. 



Navy and local scouts 
wage dean^ campaign 



TIm local Priiwoaa Anno- 
Virginia Beaoh (PAVAB) 
diatriet of Boy Soouls is p•^ 
ttdpNtag In tiw 10n and ifTt 
Project SOAR (Save Our 
Amtrlean RtiouroM) Cim- 
mlfA In conjunction with the 
Naval Manpowir and Matarlal 
Anatyrii Otatir. 

Laat yaar'i Project SOAR in 
Virginia Baach comlitMi of a 
tow elaan-in> campaifn of the 
beaches and eoncentntid on 
glaaa rocyeUng. Seven tnw of 
glass wts ooUaetod for 
rocycUag. 

This year's project will 
concentrate on recyeUag 
aluminum with help volun- 



teered by Raynoids Mttala la 
Richmond Tlw gotl for mA 
Scout will be to coUaet a 
minimum of 10 pounds of 
aluminum. A elaaiHip cam* 
paiiB wfflbt wtgid on tnt otty'i 
roadildai. 

Projact SOAR wUl baiin on 
Saturday, April 14. AH dtlMrn 
are asked to save thair 
aluminum waste prodocti and 
donate tham to area Seouti. 

They may alao bring 
aluminum to tbt Rovnolds 
raiding trudt wUdi wUl bt la 
te pariOng lot of the Prlnoiaa 
Anne Theatre building on 
Virginia Beach Blvd. on April 
14. 



j Pack 378 holds banquet 



Cub Scout Pack 371 
celebrated ite 16th Urthday 
with a Blue and Gold Banquet 
itly at Virginia Baach 
United Methodist (%urch. 

Special guests were the Rev. 
Beraard Viva and the Rev. 
Donald Sealy, pastws of the 
church; Gomer E. Jones, 
Tidewater Council Scout 
Executive; Buddy Jordan, I.R. 
for Pack 378; Eugene Farrer, 
unit cimtmissionm'. 

Cub William Mosley Jr. 
recdved a plaque tnm the pack 
for being the top Scout-A-Rama 
ticket salesman for the past 
three years and top saleaman 
ibr the district for the past two 
years. 

The pack weleomed Larry 
Smith and Ian Falvey as bob' 
cate. 

The foUowhig boys recdved 
Wolf awards: Randy OUIaa, 
wolf badge and gold arrow; 
Kenny Vi6e, wolf badge and 
gold arrow, Mike HyUeiurg, 
w^ badger— , 

Deimer cord went to Jamas 
Pullm and assistant daaner 
cord to Mike Hylleburg of Den 7. 

Roes Miller received a denaer 
cord and David Klingenamlth 
an assistant denner cord. Both 
boys are in Den 4. 



CampfcN* 



• ^: • I VI 



now taldng applications 



Pit 
t> 

m 
If 



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Camp Easter Seal has an- 
nounced that it is now recdving 
applications from handicapped 
diiMren for the coming sum- 
mer. 

Camp Easter ^il offers a 
variety of camphig activities 
for physically handicapped 
children such « swimming, 
canoeing, horseback riding, 
arts and crafts, nature 
recrration, campflre programs, 
games, spwls, and a variety of 
other special programs 
designed especially for special 
popidatfcHis. 

Camp will open on Sunday, 
June 10, with the firilewing 
sch^tdf pt seesions: 1 two- 
week sesskm for handicapfted 
adulU, 3 two-week aessiwM for 
handicapped children, 1 two- 
week session for mentally 
retarded dilldrcn, 2 four-week 

*Kkk the Habit' 



dinic to start 

A "Ktek the HaUt" cUaic to 
help those iHio i«nt to quit 
smoking will be conducted 
begii^ng March IS under the 
supervision of local pbgr^ians 
at Qie Soudieastnm Virginia TB 
k Health Aasodatton. 8M9 E. 
Princeaa Ana RMd, Ncrfcik. 

Hie groi9 ia limited to M 

peraona and win HMOt rafoiarly 

M two and on»4ialf weeks to 

'"•Kobs the affeeto of soMAing 

aad how the habit nsi^ be 



Interested sm<riiers, par- 
tkid^y tteee treiMed with 
emphysema and chrmlc 
bno^itia, may contact tte TB 
Aasoetetion, US-mi, for ad- 
dtttea al taftw iatten aai ad- 
vtnoe leglsliation forma. 



seuions for children in need of 
speech therapy. 

Camp Easter Seal urges 
prospective campers to apply 
eariy to be assured of ac* 
ceptence. For the past several 
years, some late applieatkxia 
could not be accepted due to the 
great numbo' of chUdren ap- 
plying 

For more informatimi, pleaae 
contact Camp Eastw Seal, P.O. 
Box 5496, Roanoke, Va. M018. 

Telephone 
line for sale 

The Genera] Servicsa Ad^ 
ministration, Property 
Managemaat and Dtapoaal 
Service, Rai^on S, amwiincad 
today that it is offertog fte sate 
and dl-sito removal (no land 
inehided) the r«Balnii« portion 
of the farmer U.S. CoMt Guard 
tetephone Une between Vtafgbria 
Boach to tha North CaroUaa 
state Itoe and a spur liao'from 
SandMdna ia Pungo. 

"Hie twwhft n t Vii^ nianda 
from Uw mtersecticu of 1401 
StreM and Atlantic AvMoa to 
the Back Bay NatkNiBl WOdHfa 
RefUge. 

The i mp ro vem ente for ofl-aite 
renioval include tatophone 
pdes, copper wira^ eroaastins, 
Insulators and sundry ap- 
paratns. 

. Bids will be opened at 1 p.ai< 
ol March 19 at the G8A 
RegkmalOffleeBuUiMag, iaoca 
1701. Sevenik and li Streets, 
SW., Washtefton, 00 iMVr. 
Additional Utfontaatton and 
Mpies (^Ihe Md Fom No. d6- 
»DR(SMI6M n«y htoMritead 
tram the GBA BosiasBB Setvtea 
Cento- at Hw abowa MidreH. 



Cub Scout Pack 414, spoa- 
sond by tha Wfaidaor Woods 
PTA, bald Ite Bliia and OoU 
BMquet on Pdmary H at 
Plata Junior High Seliool. 
Rtehard ttiepard, dh«eter irf 
.field sorvteaa, was gUMt 
ipeaker. 



Lenten 
programs 



set 



The ftflkiwing boys reoidved 
their bear awarda: Charlaa 
Nixon, bear badge and |old 
arrow; Ross Miller, boar baogo 
and gold arrow; Roonle 
Francis, si|v«r arrow; Ramiy 
Floyd, stiver arrow; Kelly 
Lampkin, silver arrow. 

WilUam Mosley Jr.. Mko 
Farley, Mark Setttes, Oavte 
Gray, Juimoy Eaklas aiid Allen 
Horton received athlete; 
awards. 

The pack preaented gift 
ceitlftoates to the fdlknring 
boys who Mrtd Uie most S«out-A- 
Ranta tickete in their dstts: 

Den 1: Steve Wflapn. Marii. 
Dines! Den 4i Jotk Young, 
Allan Qmk; Don I: Mm 
LarrintorO) lite Morion: Dan 
7: Lee Olaa, Mike HyUiMbiili: 
Den 8: Tommy Irving, lUko 
Farley, Rantfy Glllan and Kelly 
UmpUn; Wobal«a. William 
Moaley Jr., Shwmaa RBward. 

Scout-A-Raata partld|iatlon 
patches ware p rs aan tad to tha 
beya of^tho-dans and W^MioOi- 

Thank^ou oartifteatas ware 
IM-asentad to the foUewing adidt 
teadors: Mrs. Battte IMey, 
Mrs. Daphne Balrd, Jerry 
Baird, Chuck Sattlaa, Oidiby 
Klingehsmlth, Don Chaak, 
Oiarlle Nixon and Tod Dumont. 



11 • 



Baylaka Uattad liatliodlit 
Cbureh, 4 tfll Slw ra Drive, 
pagiB Ite oD^PiaMa- af ow 
laaaon of La^ witk an Aah 
WsAMtday flomnitthlBi aarv- 
loa. and will oentinuo with an 
ambitloaa program through 
laatar Sunday. 

During Laat tha eoitengation 
la oboarvta« a Tl£i« Ad- 
vaatura. laeb mambar to aakad 
to tiths for tha aix wairiB tnm 
Aah Wodnaaday to Hatir. 

Alao, dw minister, tha Rav. 
Byron 8. Kallatead, win hold 
Confirmation cliwwi taah 
Monday at 4 o.m. fbr you^ 
paopte aad ehUdraa planning to 
unite wtfli flw dmreb dn Palm 
fuaday.nw anmhaaia far Laat 
to Kiy 71. a aaMOwida eliurch 
program of "Calling Our 
Can&Mnt to CIvtoL" Baylaka 
trnltad Matbodiat li par- 
H^ting ia tti^ program with 
other Tidawater ehur^aa. 

Scholatiships 
avafl 

Virgtate bi|^ school aanlors 
«d)0 art iateraatad la taacMng 
as a caraer am al^blvto anriy 
for the VIrglnte Consumer 
Fiaaitca Aaaodatloa #nnuai 
scMariitea kt teafitfai 

The sdMiar^pftiads will be 
proMiited to fltraa daaervtog 
•tndaika. Am fbtt award to 
njnb, aacond HH and thh:d 
•410. , . 

Seholariilp appUeaatt titttt 
graduita with an ahova t 
avaraga^ Ibow flnandal itead, 
sidttiK t writtan atetemaat on 
""^ r Want to Baoona a 
"MdaatailtiNMma 



letMburMpaMliiBlttoaamay 
bi abtalMd f rfin i^ ^awol 
giiddaaoa aanaaalora. DandUn* 
iori^ttg la Marah 11. 





linikninoed 

cod Donhdon tJnIvaialty has 
aanoupaad a now eaalpua 
maat« pimi far dte Ualvwnlly 
iHdCh anOdpaiaa an ottvttm^ 
M antroxlauita^y 11,^0 
studaate on a iMkacra eanpiM 

bylNl- 

Vdaaeribad tettwil-page 
documai^ tha primary plM- 
idng and dmi^ godl of Ote plan 
to Bm dairawntent ti aa af- 
aom^ BmUbk, aad atlractiva 
laaraiag and living an- 



FaaMraa of th^ plan Induda 
devdopmant and location of 
bidhllngs naoeaaary to houaa aa 
inpaning uaivardty, pbuudag 
tar acodriiitei and devaaemMt 
of land, development ol oearly 
Idantifiabia campus boun- 
daries. . raergahisatlon ot 
campua vehlciUar clioutetkn 
pattama to a perj|iheral system, 
develqimient of an MdvtA 
parking system, aad grouping 
of buUdags dealgaad for ratetad 
sulijeet araaa. 

The master plan waa 
dsvakaiad for tha umvirlttv bv 
die archltaetural firm ^ 
WUllama and Taiailrall k 
AaaociatM, Inc. Saaaki. 
pawson, DaMlay Aaaoeiataa, 
be. 9f H^tsrtawn, Maaa., wart 
eonsuKuts. 



Simon play 
due Friday 



"Barafoot in dM Paik." NaU 
Slmen'a loagaat-runnlag 
Broadway eomady, opota 
Friday, March I, at Tldafwaiar 
Dinner llieatre. 

The induction will |day 
Fridays aad tetardaya aad win 



termanoes at a reduced rata. 

■ Chris Rhodna, Tom WaOar, 
Denisa DaR«ma, Marii 
(Migan aad Jflhnrertftm atar 
in "Baittfeot " It trio be playiaf 
to nparteay wMi "Wh^a AfMd 
of VIrgtate WfJif'* widch mna 



The foUowta« awaida awe 

pi'ClMlUlrt 

Donald Taekatt. gold arrow 
uadirwolf. £ 

David Ware, Doii|las 
HolUngaworth, Mark Bart, 
Daaiai Berard, Anttiony Burr, 
bear badga and goM arrow 
imderbam'. 

David Ware (». Dooglas 
HoUingsworih (», Mark Bare, 
Anthony Burr, sOver arrow 
undarbear. 

Joaaph Johann, Samuel 
Rlvwra^Diat. Anthony Burr 
advahoad into Wdi^toa. 

Oirta Storms and Davis 
RabidMH raeoivad oaa*ytar 
sarvtea stars. Hanry Itevto and 
Rfvart Ware laoaived twoifaar 
swvtoa atara.. 

Rlebard.Braasom, daaam* 
oord; Douglas HolUagswwth, 
Dottglsa O'NIal, assistaat 



Of 



Tha following aetivitiaa 
ba(^ wart praasatad: 

Kan Oriaaom, Keith Kaplteri, 
Bllly.n>rtt, Michael Chamaa, 
Craig Chapman, arttot WaMo. 

Billy Putnam, artist «ad 

David Berard, artist aad 
clttoan. 
Paul Oarrab. artlat, 

^SSsWateon, Danny Orlmaa, 

eUlam. 

Hmry Davto, fwaatar; Davto 
Johaaon, aagineer, travaiar; 
Davkl Johnaon, outdooroman; 
Robert Wara, sportsmaa. 

A apadal candlelight Arrow 
of Light coramoay aad 
graduaOon to Bey Sooute wm 
eonduetadfor Hanry Davia with 
Jarry 01^ Don Hammatt aad 
Kan Tackatt aaatotteg. 

tha ^aek participated to 
Scout'A-Rama on February M 
at Om Civic Center. The booth 
was decmrated hi the thente of 
I. ,, "Famous 
Americihs." An dectronic 
quastkm-and'answer board on 
famous Amaricans was usad to 
teet the pubUc's knowledge. 

Birth antioimped 

ktr. andMra. Philip W. Brown 
of Prinoaten, N.J.. are the 
parento of a daughter, Wynne 
McCormaek, bora Fobruary I 
hi Priaoeton. Mra. Brown to the 
former Dooaa Young daughter 
of Mra. Doris B. Youag of 
Virghda Beaeh.,Mr. Br«wn to 
ttM aon of Mr. aad Mra. 
Raymoad M. Brown of Haaqt- 




of 



CantmanweaitN 
yiftinta, 

m 'the eitrii'i Office of 
fhsetrcuitcourtsfitiectty 
tf -VlrimM iach, on ttio 
aiihdayitfainiarv. ' 

PUlkleAtON 

aiaMst 

Barbara Ann Nuoant, 

Defendanf. 

The eatect of this suit Is 
to etltotn a.dlvorce a mensa 
ef thoro. to be Unereed vpon 
proptr application into a 
<(lvorct a vtncOle 
matrimonii from ttie MM 
dtfendant upon the 
grouno* of oesertiofl. 

And an •fflOavIt boon 
madt ana filed ttiat Nie 
defendant Is a nen^-etiient 
ef tn« State of Vlralnia, the 
last known post ofllce 
•ddrtu beltto: 1921* 
Normandy Boulevard, 
Jackwnvlll*. Florida 33391 

It Is ordered ihat 
•he do appear here 
witttin ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof* atid 
do what may t>« necessary 
to protect htr Interast In 
tills suit. 

Murphy, Bsnnett & Oorry 
3330 Pacific Avanue 
Virginia Btach, virflnia 
A copy— TMtt: 
John V. Fontreti. Clorlt 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Odputy, Clark 

34.13.«.»*-4T 

Commonwealth ef 
Virolnla. 

In ttiS Clark's OHice of 
tha Circuit court of the Oty 
•f Virf inie Beach, en the 
Uth day of Febrvary, if 73. 
ORDinOP 
PUBLICATION 
Lure Kay t^effman, 
Flalntlft, 
aoainst 

Ntar Micheol Hoffmen. 
Defendant. 

' The 6b|ect af this suit is 
ta obtain a divorce e menaa 
St there from, the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desartlen. 

And an affidavit havina 
been made end filed that 
due dlilfMce has 
been utsd by or In- 
behelf ef the cemplainaat 
to ascertsin In which 
county or coraoretlen the 
(MendMt Is wtthowt effect* 
the lest known post effiae 
address being: 3a4-23rd 
itreat, Vlrginle Baach. 
Virginia. 

It Is ordered that 
he' do appear hare 
wnhMi ten riM days aftb- 
lua pidillcation hereor»4Wi 
Miat may be necesiary 
protect his MifereM In 
thls^lt. 
Oate H.^y. Jr. 
te?1 lllvar Road 
Virginia Beat^, Virginia - 
A cppy-Tatta; 
John V. FanlTMS. Clerk 
•V? >km^^ Frvlf, Oaputy 



t^tJMMT 



Commonwealth 
Virginia* 

In the Clarke Office of 
the arculf Cawrtof tha City 
of virgMiia BMch, on the 
latti day of Flbru«ry, m3. 
OttOfHOt^ 
FUnt.lCATION 
Vtflola L. LIxwt. Plaintiff, 

Salntt 
to Henry UUut. iMfen- 
danf. 

Theebiecf of this suit Is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from tfia lAld 
deftndant upon tha 
grounds of two years 
continuous seperatien. 

And an affidavit tMving 
been made and filed Met 
the defendant Is a non- 
raaidfnt of IN state of 
yirgmie. the last known 
post office eddress being: 
P.O. BOX 34. Newperii. 
Penniyivenia 173S3. 

It Is ordered thet 
ho do appear here 
within ten (fO) deys offer 
due pubiicatlsn hereof, end 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest In 
tills suit. 

Brydaaa. Broyies * 
McKsnry 
1I4« ksskin Reed 
Virginia Beech, Virginia 
A copy— Teste! 
John v. Pentress. Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Prult. 
Dapvty. Clerk 
3-i.1|,«,l*-4T 

Commonwealth af 
Virginia. 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court ef the City 
of Virginia Beech, on the 
}7th day of Pebruary. if73. 

ORDIROP, 
PUiLICATIOto 

Kathsrine R, Jehnsen. 

Pielntlff, 

sgelnit 

JsmM D. Johnson, Jr.. 

Defendsnt. 

The obloct Of this suit is 
to ebtein s divorce a 
Mensa It There to be leter 
merged into e divorce A 
vinculo Metrlmonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of dosertien. 

And an affidavit haying 
been made and flTeniier 
the defendant Is not a 
rssidtnt of the State of 
Vlralnia, the last knewn 
POM otfica address being: 
Rear m Perry Highway, 
Pittsburgh, POnnsylvsnia. 

Mot rMMtnt of the Stote 
of Virginia, It it ordered 
thet ht do appear here 
wnhln tan (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necdssery 
to protect hit interest In 
thia suit. 
RoboR* Cremweii 
P.O. BOK U33 
Virginia BHch, VA 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. PtNTReSt: 
CLilRK 
By: laa^ra Hargrove, 

T4.iU3.at.4T 

Cofnmenweelth of 
VIrglnte* 

in the Cterk's Office ef 
HiaCtrauneowHof the City 
of Vrlglnta Beach, en the 
1st dsy of Mar^. ms. 

OROBROP 
PUBt.ltATION 

Jeck Idwin ^/ihBla.^ 
"Ptelntiff. 
sigemst 
Ruth Artn Pringie, 
Oetoodant. 

The oblact of this suit Is 
to eblstn e divorce a vin. 
cote matrimonii from the 
leld defendent upon the 
grounds of hwo (3) yaars 
continuous seperatlon. * 

And an affldevlf having 
been mode and filed that 
the dafendent l| e non. 
reaidtnt of tha State of 
Vlrginle, the last kriewn 
post office address being: 
4lS.llth Asnue, Juntet*'. 
Altbone, Pennsylvania 
1M01. 

it Is erdared that 
she do appeer hare 
within ten (10) deys after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessery 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

Brydges* Broyies * 
M«ftry 

ISdVLaSkln'Read 
Virginia Boach. Virginia 
A copy— Teste: 
John V. Fenh'eui Clerk 
By: J: Curtis Fruit. 
Deputy Clark 

3-i.15.33.8».4T 

COMMONWRALtH OP 
VIROINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the city 
ef Vlrginle Reach, en the 
«th day of March, itrs, 
Ann R. Oavis Meyer. 
Plaintiff, 
against 

John W. Meyer. Defendent. 

OR0BRt»P 

PUBLICATION 

The oblact of thia suit is 
to ebtain e divorce A 
Vinculo Metrlmonii from 
the sold defendent. upon 
the grounds ef two year 
seperatlon. 

And an affidavit having 
been made end filed that 
the detendent is net e 
raeldsn* of ttje Itate ef 
Vlrathte, the.'teM known 
po^offloe addreaa behw: 
Route 1* RON as* 4ni 
Avohue, aeiby On The Roy. 
Rdgiwater, Maryland, it la 
erdarpd that he do eppaar 
here witirin ten titf) day^ 
after du^ publication 
hersef . and do what may be 
necsssery te protect his 
tntarsst In this suit. 

A copy -Taste: 
JOMNV.PRNTRRSa; 
CLRRK 

BY: Lydte Hargrove* 0. 
* Clerk. 

Jantt Rurt. p^. 
ia«a LM^iit Ra. 
VIrglnte Reach, VA. 

3.a.lSJ^3a•(4f) 

"I I II ■■ 

VIROINIA: 
. intheC^itftaivrtefitit 
CityV Vir|lnte Rd^ en 
the srtir tfa7 of Pahriary, 
ten. • • 

IN THI^ MATT«I O^i 



Petition of WILLIAM 

WRLLINOTON CtMRL- 
TdN* JR. for the#deptten 
Of KIMRSRLY ANNR 
ROOTH, and for a 
Matige of name ef said 
child to KIMRBRLY 
ANNR CHARLTON. 

OJtOiRdP 
PURlllCATlON 

C-73-143.B 

The ibiect of this 
proceeding is the adoption 
of KIMRRRLY ANNE 
ROOTH, minor dau^ter of 
Sarah Rooth Charlten and 
JWry Don Lance, and 
change of name from 
KImborly Anne Booth to 
KImbarly Anne Cherlton; 
cansant to sold proceeding 
by the said Jerry Don 
LOfwe being reauirod by 
Section «s.l • ns Of the 
cede of Virginie as 
amended, and en af. 
fMavit havh«o been 'mode 
end filed in this proceeding 
that JM-ry Don Lance is not 

resident ef this state and 
his lest knewn address wss 
c-o University of Alsbems 
Dentel School. Bir- 
mingham* Alabama. On 
consideration whereof. It Is 
ordered that ttie said Jerry 
Den Lance appeer within 
ten days of the .due 
publicetnn hereof, end do 
what is noeaasary te 
protect his interest herein. 

RNTHRt 

A Copy Teate: 

John V. Penh'ess. Clerk 

Ry J. Curtto Prult. O.C, 

1 esk for this; 
C. Clark Lester 

IS.1».33.3f4T 

VIRRINIA 
IN THi CLiRK'S 
OPPICR OP THB 
JUVRNILi AND 
OOMRSTIC RiLATIONS 
COURT OP THi CITY OP 
VIROINiA RIACH. ON 
THR 8th DAY OP March. 
1f73. 

COMMONWiALTH OP 
VIROINiA 

In re Rlche^d Denloi 
Hehner 

ORDRR OP 
PURLlCATlON 
The Obloct ef this 
proceeding is to separata 
the above nemed^tnfent, 
child of Charlotte Oibson 
and Raymond i4ohnar, 
permanently from its 
perents. and te commit. 
said infant te the cere ehd 
custody of the Virginia 
Reach . Department of 
Social Services with tht 
rteht of said agency to 
consent to the infant's 
adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Charlotte OlbsOn and 
Raymond Hohnor are 
proper parties to this 
proceeding; but due 
dtligsnco has been usad to 
sseertain in what county or 
corporation they are, 
Without effect. It is OR- 
OIRBD thft Charlotte 
Otbfofr "Rttd naynton* 
HOhner do appear hare 
within ten days after dua 
publleatian hereof . end do 
what may be necessary to 
protect their interest In this 
suit. 

ACOPYTRSTR: 
OBRALD F.WILLIAMS. 
CLRRK 

RlliebethR.Heniey 
Oepu t y C la r fc . 
Jeanne P. Oildlng* 
Dapartment of Socisl 



(PoNtlonor) 

34*ia*33.3f-(4t) 

VIROINIA 

IN THB CLRRK'S 
OPPICR OF THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY op VIROINIA 
BBACH ON THB 2ND DAY 
OP MARCH, 1*73 
DOROTHEA CAPPS 
LOIS CAPPS POLK 
Complainants, 
v. 

NAPOLEON 
RONAPARTE CAPPS 
INEZ CAFPS HYA/UN 
RICHARD CAPPS 
HERBERT CAPPS 
ARMELITA CAPPS 
WILLS 

DAVID CAPPS. JR. 
VIVIAN CAPPS DAVIS 
MARION CAPPS DAVIS 
HELEN C A ^ PS 
RORERSON 

Defendents. 

IN CHANCERY 

NO. C7S-4t 

ORDRR OP 
PURLlCATlON 

iht obloct of the ebove 
styled suit is to pertltlon 
real property located In the 
City Of VIrglnte Reech, 
Virginie and commonly 
known and numbered as 
ia4 S. Rlrdnack Road, 
Virginia Reech, VIrglnte. 

n eppearing by affidavit 
filed eccording to tew thet 
David Capps. jr. and 
yiyia n Capps Oavii, 
defehdente herMn. ere non. 
residents of the Com- 
menweelth of VIrglnte. it is 
therafare, ORORRRD that 
the saw David Capps. Jr. 
and Vivten Ceppa Davis de 
eppaar within 31 days after 
dug publication af Mis 
order in the Cleriia Offtea of 
the saw court and do what 
to necessary te arotect 
thofr re^Mctive tetei^eets. 
And it IS further OR- 
DBRBD thot tMs order be 
published once e week for 
four successive weeks in 
the VIrglnte Roach Sun. a 
newspeper pvbllMied hi tha 
City of VIrglnte Raa^. 
virgteia. 

A Copy Teete: 

John V. Pentress, Cterk 

RyJ.CuHlsPrutt.D.C. 

Murphy* Bennett R Oeery 

3330 'PaclRc Avenue 

Va. Reech. Va. 

34.1S.»2,2»<4t) 

VIROINIOA: 

M the Circolt Coart ^ Rio 
City ef Vlrgmto Rench en 
the sath day of February, 
1W3« ;*ss 

lAuralbe chawker 

DUNN 

WILLIE THOMAS 

OARRisoM, at ate- . 



IN CHANCERY 

DOCKET NO. IsatS 

OROBROP 

PURLlCATlON 

The obiect of thto suit is 
to effect pertltlon emong 
tha owners, by sale or 
otherwise, of nrtain real 
prMMrty, containing fifty 
(Ml acres more or less, 
loctfed In Pungo Borough, 
in the City ef Virgteia 
Baach, Virginia, and 
known as Route No. S Box 
300S-A Mllf Landing Read. 
(fronting 1,40a feet more or 
less thereon), which is 
mere fully described In a 
dead dated March 24, itis, 
from W.A. Capps and Mice 
V Cepps, husband and 
wife, to William Lee 
Oarrison and recorded in 
the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Vlrginle Reech, Vlrginle, 
in Deed Book f7. pege 204. 
of which William Lee 
Oarrison. died selied end 
posseesed. 

And en effldavit having 

been mode and filed thet 

Ouy Oerrlson Chandler, if 

N be living, is net e 

rNident of this Stete and 

that his last known post 

office eddress is SV North 

fith Street, Mess. Arlione 

SS101; and an effldavit 

having been mode and filed 

that here ere persons who 

msy have an Intereat in 

this svbiect metter to be 

divided who ere not 

rssMente of thte Stete. end 

whose nemos end last 

known addresses sre 

Syivte Churke. SMI Rddy 

Street, Chleege. iiilnois 

M«34> Richsrd Dweyne 

Chendier, SS41 Rddy 

Street, Chleego, Illinois 

Mi34; and tnei Lee 

Chendier, 927 North asth 

Street, Mote, Arizona 

SStOI; and that the bill 

having been emended to 

state thet there are or mey 

be oher persons interested 

in the subiect metter to be 

divided whose nsmes ere 

unknown and making them 

pertles Detendent by the 

gsnerai description of 

Parties Unknown end an 

affidevit having been mode 

and ritad that ttwy tr*^ 

unknown, such unknown ' 

ertlet batng.the dWidpw. ■■ 
Irs. . .ds wise eq(«ndTiadev.-t 
ciasorft: iikj/iitte '«f f^Gar'' 

S^rrlssn Chandler. WhO 
ft his home In Mesa, 
Arliona In April, 1971, and 
hat not been heard from 
since. 

it is ORDERED that the 
nonresident Defendents, 
Guy Garrison Chandler, 
Sylvia Churka, Richard 
Dwayne Chandler, Inez 
Lea Chandler, and the sold 
persons mode Defendants 
by the general description 
of Psrtlds Unknowfi do 
appeer within ten deys 
after due publlcetlon of this 
order and do what is 
naceassry te protect his 
wtiraSte. 

It is further ORORRRD 
that the foregoing portion 
Of this order be published 
once e week for four sue 
cosslve weeks in The 
Vlrginle Beach Sun. a 
newapapar published in the 
City of VIrglnte Beach. 
VIrglnte. 
A copy Teste: 
John V. Pentress. Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
I ssk tor this: 
Robert L. Simpson, 
Eiqulre 

Enter: 

34,15.22.3«-4T 

VIRGINIA: 

in the Clerics Office of 
the Juvanite and, aqmestlc , 

27th dav df Fabru)&y,,>y73.,V 
COMMONWEALTH OF ' 
VIROINIA 

In re Baby Girl Van- 
Frank - 

ORDER OP 
PURLlCATlON 

The oblact of thi* 
proceeding is to separate 
the above named Infant, 
child of Judith VanFrank, 
permanently from Ite 
parent. paran.ts, ' or 
guardten and to commit 
saw Infant to the care and 
custody of the Virginia 
Beach Department of 
Social Service* with the 
right of said agency te 
consant to the Infant's 
adoption. 

An an affidevit heving 
been mada and filed that 
Ray Taylor Is a proper 
party to this proceeding; 
but due dllteence hes been 
used te escertein in whet 
county or corporetlon Im is, 
without effect, it is OR- 
DERRD thet Rey Tayter 
do appear here within ten 
deys sffer due publlcetlon 
hereof, end do whet mey be 
necassary te protect his 
intereet In this suit. 
A COPY TRSTR: 
OeraW P. Willtems. Clerk 
Rlizebetti C. Hurley, 
Deputy Cterk 

Barbara J. Price. D.S.S. 
(Petlttener) 

3-1S.23,8y-4T 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

VIrglnte: 

tlottee is herein given 
that en Wedneodoy. Merch 
21.tW9,ette:00A.M. inthe 
Clty^euncll Chembers te 
the Administration 
Building at the Muntelpal 
Center, Princess Anne 
Statlen. VIrglnte Reach, 
virgtete, 

The Plenning Com- 
mleeion of the City of 
Vlrginle Beech will meet to 
ecMTdence witt Virgtete 
code SecN«r^|iHb<las 
emanded) f%«p|Klrpeae »?^ 
ef hoWing a iteifli hearing o-^" 
ef the prwpMOd new 
Comprehensive Zent 
Ordinance <4M .^ 
pn^oMfi Of^ctef Zoning 
N^Sn*m cm 0* Virgbite 
Beach. B . ift-?'" 

The plbpeiHt 'Cfm- 
prehenslve Xwlntf Or- 
dinance end prepdtao 
Offtctel JUmIng Mens are 



intended to replace, attar 
adoption, the present 
Master Zoning Pten of tee 
County of Princess Anne 
and the Mester Zoning 
Ordteance of ths. reaort 
City of Virgtete Reech and 
releted zoning maps 
currently in effect. 

The proposed Com- 
prehensive Zoning Or- 
dinence text is avaitebte 
for perusal at all Virgtete 
Beech Public Llbreriea.) 
Office of tee City Oerk end 
the Office of the Depart- 
ment of Plenning. The 
proposed Offidel Zoning 
Maps are on.disptey for 
public viewing Merch S. 
1973 through March 21. 1973 
between the hours of 9:90 
A.M. end 1:00 P.M.. 
Monday through Friday, 
and 10:00 A.M. and 3:00 
P.M. on Seturday in tee 
Administration Building* 
Municipal Center* Prtecess 
Anns Station, Virginia 
Beech* Virgtele. 

All persons who wish to 
eppeer betere thte heering 
mey register st 9:00 A.M., 
Merch 31. 1973 in the City 
Council Chambers. 

Ail interested persons 
ere invited te ettend. 
Cheries C. Cerrlngten 
DIrNter of Plenning 

3-S.1S-3T 

NOTICR 
VIrglnte: 

The reguier meeting of 
the Council of tee City of 
Virgtete Beach will be held 
in tee Council Chembers of 
the Administration 
Building, City Hall. 
Princess Anne Stetion. 
Virgtete Beach, VIrglnte. 
on Monday. March 3S. 1973. 
at 2:00 P.M. at which time 
tee tellowlng eppllcetiens 
will be heerd: 
BAYSIDB ROROUOH 

1. Applicetion Of Chrysler 
Reeity Corporetlon by H. 
Celvin Spein. Attorney, for 
e USR PRRMlTte operate 
e new cer soles end service 
on certain property ioceted 
on the Souteeest corner of 
Virginie Beech Bouieverd 
and Sevente Street (Plat Of 
Sunnybrook) running a 
distance of 425 feet along 
tee Saute side of VIrglnte^ 
Beech Boulevard, running 
a distance of 51S teet along 
tee East side of Sevente 
Street, running a distance 
of 425 feet along the ' 
Southern property line, and 
running a distance of 51S 
feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel 
is known as Lots 1 through 
17 and 33 terough 39. Block "' 
35. Plat of Sunnybrook, end 
conteins S ecros more or 
less. (Sunnybrook Aree). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

2. Application ef Brooks 
Warehouse Corporetlon for 
a CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Limited Commerciei 
District 2 (C-L 3) to 
General industrial District 
3 (MIS) on certein 
property^ located^ «i the — 
West side of Diemond 
Springs Road beginning a t " 
e point ISSfeet more or Toss 
South of Haden Road, 
running e distsnce of 4*3.32 
feet eteng tee West side of 
Diemond Springs Reed, 
running e distsnce of 413 
feet along ter Norteern 
property line, running e 
dtetance of JSO feet more or . 
lees along the Western' 
property line (Leke 
Whitehurst), running a 
distance of 3SS.95 feet eiong 
tee Souteern property line. 
Said parcel conteins 4.3 
ecres more or less. (Air- 
port industrtoi Perk- 
Diemond Springs HomM ' 
Aree). BAVSIDE^ 
BOROUGH. 

Richard J. Wabbon 
City Clerk 

3-S,15-2T 

NOTICE OP PUBLIC 
HEARING ^ 

The Virginie Beach 
Planning Commission will 
hold a Public Hearing on 
Tuesday, March 13, 1973. at 
1:00 P.M. In the Council 
Chambers of the Ad- 
ministretlon Building, 
Princess Anne Courteouse, 
Virginia Beach, Virgteia. 
The tellowlng applications 
will appear on tee agenda: 
REFERRED BACK TO 
PLANNING COMMISSION 
BY CITY COUNCIL ON 
FEBRUARY 12, 1973: i 

1. Applicatton of Unltad 
Modicai Associates, LM., 
for a USE PERMIT to 
construct a 100-bed con- 
velescent and extended 
cere feclilty on certein 
property beginning at a 
point^a^O feet more or loss 
Norte of Wlidwood Drive, 
end 217 feet West of First 
Colonial Road, running a 
distance of 294.94 feet eiong 
tee Norteern property line, 
running e distsnce of 319.73 
feet eiong the Western 
property line, runnteg e 
distance ef 340.99 feet eteng 
tee Southern property itee 
and running a distance of 
300 foot more or lees eiong , 
tee Bastem property line. 
Sold percel conteins 2.S 
ecres mere or lass. 
(Oenerel Hospltet at 
Virginie Beech Aree). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
DRFBRRED FOR #0 
DAYS BY PLANNING 
COMMISSION ON 
JANUARY 1«, 19731 

3. Application of Harvey 
V. Cote fore USB PERMIT 
to opA^eto teeiler satea and 
service en certein propertyi 
toceted et Lynn Shoree' 
Drhre end Benney Road, 
runnteg a distance of 32S 
feet nsore or less eteng the 
Norte sMe of Bonney Rood, 
running a distance' of ml 
fee* «ten» tha woetem^ 
property Itee, running at 
distMice of 220 teet eteng' 
tea Norteern property line 
(Norfolk and Southern 
Relhway Right at Way), 
and runnteg a dlMnce 1' 
830 feet mwe or Iom ateng 
«»e Western property lte«. 
Sate parcM centeint i.o 
acre ntere or teea,^ (Thalte 
Village Area): KEMPS- 



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VILUI MROUOM. 

3. Jamtt Prttwn • 
ChMflt of 191^11 from «.l 
to M-lt icfctt from 
Mjnrlwitf Avwiuo jTunnhif 
mtt.«lint1liti^«Miof 
AKtte AVmwe VMOtNIA 
•BACH •OROU«M. 
REQ^kAR AOINDA: 

4.^UC0tl9ii of Mck N. 
Horrig oM Alboft Uto 
■ennoy, jr., for • 
QNANGE Of lONINa 
fTMi) RmMwko SakMrtan 
Olitrlel 3 <R.$ 3» fo 
Multlplo Family UoMmeo 
DttWet <R.M> owl UtI 
PERMIT to COMfrvct IM 
tewnhouMi and ooort- 
montt on ctrtoln preptrty 
■•caiM SoiiHi of i>rii)C9n 
Anno Rood of Muthorn 
txftromltyof Porotf Itroot: 

Pcrccll! loglnnhitota 
pomt at Mio SMthtm m, 
trtmlty of Fer«it Itrott 
M« running • tflitonc* of 
471.17 ftof oleng tho 
Narttiam sroptrty Tin* of 
whlcli 119 iMt moro or laft 
Is ttit South «Wo of Frin- 
COM JHifit Rood, runnhif ■ 
(IMronco of m,H foot tlon* 
ftw lattorn proForty imo, 
runnint • dittanco of m 
foot aleni ttio lovttiom 
proporty iMo pnd runninf o 
dittanco of 7N foot moro or 
looa oloni tHo \Ktaitorn 
proporty lino, law parcol 
contain! 7.44 acroo moro or 
loot. 

Farcal l: taplnnlnt at a 

Simt 141 foot moro or loot 
Mt of Foroof Itroot, and 
runninf a diatanco of NO 
foot alont tho levtlt ildo of 
Frineoaa Anno Road, 
runnlnp a dlitpnco of 7if .11 
foot along tfio iaitorn 
proporty flno, runnino a 
diataneo of iM.ai foot afont 
ttio loutNrn proeorty lino 
ond running a dlitane* ol 
77S.N foot along tiio 
Woatorn proporty lino, told 
parcol eonteino 3.172 acroo. 
Faretl 3; On cortain 
proporty bog Inning at a 
point 7M.U foot louth of 
Frincoaa Anno Road and 
boglnning at a point M.IS 
foot North of tho Wntom 
oxtromlty of Ravonawood 
Read, running • dittanco of 
SO foot along ttio Eattom 
proporty lino, running o 
dittancftitf 1MU3 faot along 
th* Northorn proporty lino, 
running a dittanco of 50.07 
foot olong tho Wottorh 
proporty l|n* and running a 
dittanco of 17l.*S foot along 
th* Southorn prop*rty lln*. 
Sold pare*! containt 0^201 
acr*t. Piatt with mora 
d*tall*d Information aro 
avallablo In th* Depart- 
mant of Planning. (Kampt- 
vlll* Parkway-Kamptvlll* 
Manor Araat). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 
Change of Zoning deferred 
by Planning Cemmlttlon 
for M dayt on Jvwry 14, 
1073. 
5. Application of Helen 
. J.ee Dof erd for a CHANOE 
'<OP ZONINO from 
Raaldonce Suburban 
-Wafrte^U-iR-S 4) to 
'Oonaraf commercial 
OlttfHt KC-9 3) on cer- 
tain property bootpnlng at 
a point \m foot more or 
tott NoHh of Virginia 
•each toulovard, and 
acreaa Mm •okor Road, 
running a dtotanca of fS4.3S 
foot along the. Eatt tua of 
Nowtown Read, running a 
-dfatai^ of Tllt.« ^r 
olong tho ' Nwthem 
property lino, running • 
dittanco of 197.03 foot along 
the Baatern proporty line, 
running a dittanco of 
1124.13 feet along tho 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel containt 31.321 
acret. (Lake Edward Watt- 
Newiome Farm Aroot). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

4. Application of Bonnie 
Bo-Lo Market*, inc.Profit 
Sharing Plan for a 
CHANOE OF ZONING 
from Retldence Duplex 
DIttrict 2 (RO 2) with a 
Motet and Touritt (T-l) 
Supplement to Limited 
Commercial DIttrict 1 (C-L 
1) on certain property 

• located on tho North tide of 
Cape Henry Or hre between 
Sea Shell Rood and Rod 
Tide Road, running a 
dittanco of 300.94 feet along 
th* North tMo of Cap* 
Henry Dflvo, runnlnr^ 
dittanc* of 170.04 f**t along 
th* Watt Sid* of R*d TId* 
Road, running a dittanc* of 
300 feet along the Norfhern 
property line ond running a 
dittann of m.74 feet olong 
the Eatt tide of Sea Shell 
Road. Said parai It known 
at Lett 7 through 14, In- 
ciutlve, Block M. Plat of 
Lynnhaven Beach and 
Park Co. at thown m Mw 
Book 9. Page 71, and 
centoint 1.21 acrae more or 
loot. (Lynnhaven Colony 
Areo). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

7. Applicatlpn of Lynn- 
havfn Rettaurant in- 
cM'poratod T-A Lynnhaven 
LoungoferaUIB PERMIT 
for dancing with Ihre oni> 
tertoinment on certain 
property begtowMig at a 
point m foot moro or lOM 
North of LOO HW«lond* 
Beul^aN and en the Woof 
aide of »«rth Lynniiavon 
Read lacatod in tho South 
Lynnhaven Mini Mall. 
Piatt orith moro detailed 
intarmaflen ore avallablo 
In tho bepartmont of 
Plannlnt. (louth Lynn- 
haven Mini Moll AropJ. 
LVNNHAVBN BOROUGH, 
i. Apprtcotioii Of Horb«;t 
D. Smmi fey Owen •- 
PlefcoH, Aftomoy. for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
mm RaaMence SubvrbMi 
DIttrict 3 (RS 3) to 
General indo^rMl DMftct 
3 (M-i 3) on eortalw 
proporty loafed off ^ 
^orih aido of P«»Nrt;RMd 
l^imitai at ii^ |3fc« 

Road, nMNilnB • ^taM»ot 
gOl -IN** •••« Wi? 

wMch 1HJI Mt to M 
Nw« «M oi P^tora Road. 

tOf TEMi 



property Hne, HmniM a 
dManco of 404.01 foot i^ng 
tlie Northern property line 
and roMiIng a dntance tf 
709.47 ^et along tJie 
Eattom proporty Ihif . SaW 
parcel to known at Lott 34, 
3i, 3* and 40, Plat of 
London BrMge PtM of Loto 
ond contoMit 4.07 ocret. 
(London Bridge Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

9. Appllcatien of Pin* 
Itiorea Aportmentt for a 
USE PfRMiT to anct two 
4-leot by l-fool t^wboardt 
on certain property ieiatod 
on th* Nvth tide of More 
Drive ond 420 foot moro or 
lett Eatt of Pleature 
Heuto Rood. Sold porcol to 
currently nnod Limited 
Commorclol DIttrict 2 (C-L 
2). (Bradford Terraco-Phie 
Shoroo Areo). BAYtlOE 
BOROUGH. 

10.AMllcotlon of Robert 
L. Barno* for o USE 
PERMIT (Special ■ pur- 
tuont to City code 19.1) to 
keep two calvot on cortain 
preperty locatod on the 
Wett tMo of Kemptviiie 
Road beginning at a point 
2400 foot more or loat louth 
of Cantorvlllo Turnpike and 
running a dtotanca tt 100.33 
feet along tho Battern 
proporty lino of which 19.33 
feet la the Watt tWo of 
Kompavlllo Road, runntna 
a dittanco of 741.01 foot 

fl*!!f_^ *"• Northern 
proporty lino, running o 
dittanca of 100 foot alanff 
tho Woatorn prMorty lino 
and running a dwtance of 
779.01 foot alang the 
Southorn proporty line, 
laid parcel containt 1.24 
Kfto moro or lota and It 
knawn at 2017 Kompivllle 
Road. (Woodt corner 
Area). KBMPIVILLB 
BOROUGH. 

11. Application of Powell 
ond Huntley, inc., for a 
UIB PERMIT to conatruet 
199 tewnhoutoi on cortain 
proporty located on the 
Eatt tide of College Park 
Boulevard, beginning ot a 
point 132.49 foot South of 
Colby Woy and 132.19 feet 
North of Cheatnut Hill 
Rood, running a dittanco of 
073.93 foot along the Eatt 
aid* Of Collese -Pjirt 
Bouiovord, running o 
dtotancoa* 434.21 foot along 
the NocNioritpreporty 4iAe, 
running a diataneo tff' 
1121.23 feet olong tho 
Eattern property line and 
running a dittanco of 394.17 
feet along the Southern 
property lln*. Said parcel 
containt 13.91 acret. 
(Colleae Perk Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

12. Application of Carroll 
F. Danforth and Jotephine 
D. Danforth for a CHANGE 
OF ZONINO from 
Reatdenco Suburban 
DIttrict 3 (R-S 3) to 
Retldence Duplex DIttrict 

2 (R-D 2) on certain 
property baginning ot o 

u point jaJS fbot~i«orMv of 
Maryland Court, running e 
diatohco of 110.77 foot along 
tho waat aide of south 
iurtoMo Avenue* running a 
dittanca of 37144 feet along 
the Nerthweatem oraporty 
line (Lake Chrlatlne) and 
running a dittanca of 320.47 
feet along the Southern 
proporty tine. Said parcel 
to known- tt-Lot llr^fiA 
dhrtolon of Porcol 14, Block 
32. Creatan Beach, and it 
triangular in thape. 
(Croatian Beacti Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

13. Appllcatton of Brookt 
Waretieuaa corporation for 
CHANGE OF 1»NIMG 
from Limited Cemmerclol 
Diitrlct 2 (C-L 2} to. 
Oenerat InddtfrMI Dtotrlcf 

3 (M-(3r-on^ certain 
property located on the 
Watt tide of Diamond 
Sprlngi Read beginning ot 
point IIS feet more or lett 
South of Haden Road, 
running a dittanco of 443.32 
feet along ttie Wett tide of 
Diamond Springe Read, 
running a dtotanca of 413 
feet along th* Northern 
property line, running a 
dtotanco of MO feet more or 
lett along the Wottern 
property line (Lake White- 
hurtt), running a dtotanco 

Southern property lln*. 
Sold parcel containt 4.3 
acre* more or leu. (Air- 
port Induttrial Park- 
Diamond Springe Homet 
Areo). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

14. Appllcatton of Prank 
P. Grier for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Realdence 
Suburban Dtotrlct 3 (R-S 3) 
to Limited Commorclol 
Dtotrlct 1 (C-L 1) on Mrtam 
property beginninf ot e 
point 300 foot moi^ or lett 
Wett of Kom^vllto Road, 
and 300 feet mora or Iom 
louth of Indian River 
Road, running a diataneo of 
300 foot m<^o or looa along 
the Soultiom piwporty lino, 
runnliw a dtotanca of 919 
feet mere or low atong ttio 
Wottern proporty line, 
running a dtoMnca of 110 
root mere or toaa along ttio 
Norttiorn proporty IIm and 
running a dtotanca of IN 
foot more or l^n olong the 
Bottom proporty lino. 
(Bwmey't Coniw AroaH 
KBMPIVILLB JOR- 
OUGt«. 

15. ABpileatton of itwiry 
J. B«n^ and Batty L. 
Bailey by Graver C. 
Wright. Jr^ Attorney, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Roaidenco lubwrban 
DIttrict 3 (R-S I) to 
Limited Commarclal 
OithNct 3 (C-L 3) on cortain 

l o<^t**..« t ttw 



i 'u i >. lUr I . 4 9\m,. , .' 

and running a dtotanco of 
3t0 foot man or lett along 
the Wottern pr*p*f1y lln*. 
Said parcal to kMwn at 
1041 Npwtown Read and 
containt 1.33 acret. 
tArtgena village Areo). 
BAYIIDE BOROUGH. 

14. Application of J.D. 
Baker for o USE PERMIT 
to ttabto two hortot on 
cortain property located on 
ttio North tide of Nor- 
mandy Avenu* b*glnnlng 
at point S42.3 f •*! mor* or 
latt Eatt of Avalon 
Avenu*, running a dittanco 
of 249-4 feet atong Ihe North 
tide of Normondy Avenue, 
running a dittanca of 949.4 
foot along the Eattern 
property lino, running a 
dittanca of 190 feet more or 
Wh olong the Northern 

troperty line (Eettern 
ranchof Elisabeth River) 
and running a dtotanco of 
•79.04 feet along the 
Wottern proporty line. Said 
parcol It known at Port of 
Troct 14. Avalon Terrac* 
and containt 4.4S acret 
more or lett. (Avelon 
Terrace Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

17. Application of Hottoli 
E. Perreli for a CHANGE 
OF ZONINO from 
Raaldonce Duplex DIttrict 
1 (R.D 1) to Muitipto 
Famny lotldonco DIttrict 
(R-M) and a USE PERMIT 
to conttruet 10 oportment 
imito en certain prenerty 
located an the Eatt tide of 
Pleature Houte Road 
bag Innino at a point 400 feet 
moro or lett South of North 
Oroonweii Road, and 
acraea from Old Harrit 
Lane, running a dittanco of 
273.29 foot Olong the Eatt 
tide of Pioatur* Hout* 
Road, running a dittanco of 
741 foot atong the Northern 
proporty lino, running a 
dittanco of 273.29 foot oloftg 
the Eattern preperty lln'* 
and running a dittanc* of 
740 foot along the Southern 
proporty line. Said parcel 
containt 4.0 acret. 
(Bradford Terroce Areo). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

II. Application of Hattall 
E. P*rr*il (or a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Itetldence . Suburban 
.Dittriet 4 (R-S 4) to 
Muitipto Family R*tid*nc* 
Dltfrlct tR M) and a USE 
<l»tRMiT to construct 24 
'additionoi epartment units, 
totaling 44 units on certain 
property beginning at a 
point (SO f**t mor* or lott 
North of Short Orlv* of Old 
Harris Lan* and (th* W*tt 
tid* of) Pl*ature Houte 
Rood: 

Parcel 1: Chang* of 
toning from R-S 4 to R-M: 
B*glnnlng at a point 410 
f**t W*tt of Ploasur* 
tfout* Road, at Old Harris 
Lena and ISO feet mor* or 
lett North of Shore Drlv*, 
running a dittanc* of 323 
feet more or lett along th* 
lo»th*rn proporty iln*, 
running • dittanco of^l33 
feet along th* w*tt*rn 
preperty Ime, and running 
a dtotanco of 37S toot eiong 
the Northern property line 
and running a dittanco of 
270 fMt along the Eattprni 
property line. Sold porcol 
«ontoint 1.029 ocrM. 

Parcel 2: Ute Permit to 
conttruet 24 additlonel 
apartment uniti, totaling^ 
44 unite en certein property 
beginning ot a point 190 feet 
mora or lott North of Shore 
Drive at Old Harrit Lane 
and running a dittanco of 
290 feet olong the Wett tide 
of Pleature Houte Road, 
running a dittanco of 005 
feet more Or lett along the 

avthern property line (Old 
irrit Lone), running a 
dittanca of 122 f**t along 
the Wottern property lln* 
and running a dittanc* of 
175 f**t along th* Northorn 
property line. Said parcel 
containt 4.5 acret more or 
lett. (Chetepeak* Beach- 
Bradford Terrec* Ar*at}. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

19. Application of Harvey 
W. Glnn by Andrew S. Fine, 
Attwney, for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from Multiple 
Family Retldence District 
(R-3) and Retell Butlneis 
District (B 1) to General 
Butlnett Dtotrlct (B-2) and 
a USE PERMIT for the 
dispensing of gatolin* 
(propoted TInee Gient) on 
certain property located on 
the Seuthweet corner of 
Norfolk Avenue and 
Cyprett Avenue. 

Porcol 1: Change of 
toning from R-3 and B-1 to 
8-2: On certain property 
leceted at the Southwest 
corner of Cypress Avenue 
and Norfolk Avenue, 
running o dittonce of 70.23 
foot along the Wett tide of 
Cyprou Avenue, running a 
dtotanca ef 2»^70 feet otong 
the Northern property line 
or which 133.70 feet to «ie 
South tide of Norfolk 
Avenue end 90 feet to the 
leulh tldo of unimproved 
afreet (formerly I4th 
Street), runntag o.dtotoncf 
of 100 feor along .^ the 
Wottom proNrty lino and 
rvnnbig a dtotanca of 2.10 
•faot olwtg the Southern 
p r op er ty line. Sold porcol 
It known ot Lott 2, 4, 4. 1, 
10, 12, ond 14, Btock 92, 
Shadow Lawn Hetohto ond 
conMInt 0.49 acret more or 



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RMd aM IvHivan 
Boviavard, running a 
dManca of Ml Jaat n^ or 
ttm tmt tiM iNrM tide of 
New^wB Head, nmnlRg a 
dManCaof 140 taet HMmpr 
loat along Wio Wo rt <Wa ef . 

itotoMaef SKU Hat along 

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Form 2: Ute Permit for 
dtopenting of getollne 
(propMad TInee Giant): 
On certain property 
locatod on Mm Seuthwott 
corner of Cypreot Avmhio 
and Norfolk Avenue, 
nwMikig a dM«««i of 70.23 
Mat atong m w«t tMit of 
Cyproee AMtnbe, mm^m*' 
iHttwice ef 123.43 feet along 
the tmmt tido at Norf^k 
Avemie. running e dirtonee 
ef IM foot along the 
WetMm property line and 
runaing a dtotanca of 120 
^ot J e wg llie SouMem 
prope rty Ibio. Said parcel 
toiknewn at Leto ^ 4. a, and 
a. Stock a. S hadow Lawn 
Melohto and mrtein* 10400 



t«iare feet moro or l«t. 
(S(iadow Lawn Helghtt 
Area). VIRGINIA BEACH 
BORO^IGH- 

30. A^ilicatton ef jotepfi 
V. Anderten for a 
CHANGE OF ZOHING 
from Retldence Suburban 
Dtotrlct 4 (R-S 4) to 
Limited Commercial 
Dtotrlct 3 (C-L 3) on <»rtain 
proporty located on Nip 
South tide ot Princett Anne 
Rood beginning of a point 
450 foot more or Imo Wett 
of Kemptviiie Road, 
running e dittonce of 941.09 
feet olong the Northern 
property line of which 
402.51 f**t to th* South tid* 
of Princott Ann* Road, 
running e dtotence of 259.74 
feet along the Eattern 
proporty line, runnina a 
dtotanco of 090.11 foot olong 
th* ^uthom property line 
(Norfolk end Southern 
Rellreod Right of Way) 
and running e dittanco of 
701.90 feet eiong the 
WMtorn property line. Said 

farcol centoint 7.549 ocret. 
Kemptviiie ■ Fairfield, 
Section 5 Areet). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

31. Application of Waike 
Farm Attoc, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Rurel Retldence 
Dtotrlct (R.R 1) to 
Retldence Suburbon 
DIttrict 3 (R-S 2) on certein 
proporty leceted on the 
North tide of Withart Road 
acroat from Oonatien 
Drive, running e dittonce 
of 1400 feet mere or iHt 
along th* North tide of 
Withart Road, running a 
dlitonc* of 1715 feet more 
or lett along the Wottern 
proporty line, running o 
dittonce of 750 foot more or 
lett eiong the Northern 
property line and running a 
dittanco ef 2135 foot more 
or lott eiong the Eettern 
property line. Plato with 
more detelied Informetlon 
ore evaiiable in the 
Deportment of Plonnlng. 
Sold porcol conteint 45 
ocret more or lett. (Witch- 
duck Point Area). BAY- 
SIDE BOROUGH. 

22. Application of Marlon 
R. Ennis for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Duplex District 
3 (R 3) to Limited 
Commerciel DIttrict 3 (C-L 
3) on certain property 
located at the Northwett 
corner of Hilltop Road and 
Laskin Road running a 
distance of 101.60 feet along 
the West side of Hilltop 
Road, running a distance of 
114.93 feet along tt\e North 
side of Laskin Reed, 
running a distance of 110.43 
feet along ttic Western 
property line end running a 
distance of 105.74 feet atong 
the Northern property line. 
Said parcel is known es Lot 
6. Block X, Hilltop Menor. 
(Hilltop Menor Areo). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH, 

23. Application ^f 

Virginia Beech Pecquet 
and Swim Club, inc., for e 
USB PERMIT to operato a 
recreationol areo (tennis 
and twim club) on certein 
property located on the 
North tide of Kline Drive 
between Horrit Road and 
watertedge Road running 
a dittanco of 413.40 foot 
along the Wett tlda^or 
Wetertedge Rood, running 
dittanca of 530.50 feet 
along the North tide of 
KHne Drive, running e 
distance of 413.48 foot along 
the Best tide of Herrto 
Rood and running a 
dittanca of 530.50 feet alono 
the Northern property line. 
Sold parcel contains 5.9 
acret more or lett- 
(Lynnwood - Lynndale 
Estetet Arees). LYNN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

34. Applicetion of Warnie 
E. Conley for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Duplex District 
3 (R-D 2) to Multiple 
Family Residence District 
(R-M) on certein property 
beginning at a point 452 feet 
more or lett North of Ships 
Corner Rood, running a 
distence of 144.7 feet along 
Ihe West side of Hollend 
Road, running a distance of 
1 47 1 . S7 ^eet olong the 
Norttiern property line, 
running a distance of 170.39 
feet along the Western 
property line and running e 
distance of 1356.16 feet 
along the Southern 
proporty line. Said parcel 
contains 5.05 acret. (Ships 
Corner Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

35. Application ef 
Chrytler Reelty Cer- 
poretion by H. Calvin 
Spain, Attorney, for a USE 
PERMIT to operate a new 
cor tales and lorvice on 
certain property iocoted on 
the Southeott corner of 
Virginia Beach Bowieverd 
md Seventh Street (Piet of 
Sunnybrook) running e 
dittonce ef 425 feet eiong 
the South tide ef Virginia 
•each Bouleverd, rimhing 
o dittonce of 5li feet otong 
tfto East side of Seventh 
Street, running e dittonce 
ef 429 feet along the 
seuthoTH preperty ime. and 
running e dtotanco ef 510 
foot along the Eattern 
property line. Sold parcel 
It known ot Loto 1 Mirough 
17 end 23 through 39 ( Btock 
39, Plat of Sunnybrook), 
end conteint 5 ocret moro 
or lott. (Sunnybrook 
Arte). BAYSIDE BOR- 
OUGH. - 

Plate with more detailed 
Information on the obove 
oppllcatlont ore ovellab^ 
Ml ttw Deportment ef City 
Ptoimlng. 

4il interetted portent 
are' invMd to ettofid. 

ChariM C. Cwrington 
Direclor of Plwming 

3-tti(2T) 

NOTICE 
Virginia: 
Tho regutor mooting ^ 



the Council ef tho City of 
Virginia Beech will bo held 
Ml the Council Chambort ef 
the Adminittrotlon 
•uildtng. City Ha4|, 
Princett Anne Station, 
VIrgtoila Beach, Vk-gtma. 
en Monday, March 19, 1973, 
at 3:00 P.M. at whkli time 
the following appllcattoni 
will be heard: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

f. Application of Fair- 
field Development Cor- 
poration for a USE 
PERMIT tor a . towage 
pumping ttatton on cortoln 
proporty loceted 2150 feet 
moro or leas North of 
Providence Rood end 2900 
feet more or lets Wett of 
Lord Duntmore Drive on 
the Wett tide of Botillce 
Court (Propoted) en 
Parcel A, Block is. Foir- 
fieid. Sectton Eight. 
(Feirfiold Areo). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

2. Appllcetton of Nonni, 
Cohen, Wotobergend Clark 

for CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Multiple 
Family Retldence Dithrlct 
(R.M) to Limited Com- 
mercial Dittriet 3 (C-L 3) 
on certain proporty 
beginning ot a point 790 foot 
moro or Iom Wett of South 
Plato Troll and running a 
dittanco of 929 feet more or 
lott olong the North Side of 
Holland Road, running a 
diatanca at 1110 feet moro 
or int olong the Wottern 
proporty line, running o 
dittonce of 319 f tot moro or 
loot atone the Northorn 
proporty line ond running a 
dittanca of 1340 feet moro 
or lott alono the Bottom 
proporty line. Said porcol 
containt 13.534 acret. 
(Windtor Oekt West Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

3. Application of Tee 
Corp., for USE PERMIT 
to conttruet 341 tpertment 
unito on certein property 
beginning at a point 150 feet 
more or lett Eett of Thalia 
Road, running e distence of 
540.24 feet along the 
Northern property line of 
which 340.16 feet is the 
South tide of Bonney Rood, 
running e distence of 
1921.20 feet along the 
Eastern property line, 
running o distence of 544.24 
feet eiong the Southern 
property line and running e 
dittonce of 1800.40 feet 
along the Western property 
line. Sold parcel conteint 
30.615 acret. (Thelia 
Village Area). KEMPS 
ViLLE BOROUGH. 
BAYSIDE eOROUGH 

4. Application of Sav-A- 
Ton, Inc., for a USE 
PERMIT to operete a 
getollne supply station 
(self-service) on certein 
preperty loceted at the 
Sovthedtt corner ef 
DIomond Sprlngt Rood end 
Haden Road, running a 
dittonce of 107 foot alerig 
the South tide of IMdon- 
Rood, running e dlttenei^ 
100 foot along the Eett tdle 
of Diamond Sprlngt Road, 
running a dittonce of 187 
feet atong the Southern 
property line and running e 
dittmce ef 100 feet along 
the Eattern property line. 
Sold parcel contotaa-Oi4St' 
acre. (Diamond Sprlngt 
Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

5. Application of Cartel 
Construction Corporetlen 
for CHANCE OF 
ZONING from Retldence 
Suburbon DIttrict 4 (RS 4) 
to Multiple Femlly 
Retldence Dittriet (R-M) 
ond USE PERMIT to 
construct 36 townhoOses on 
cortain preperty located on 
the Southwest corner of 
Pieeture Houte Road and 
Brigadoon Drive running a 
dittanca of 200 feet along 
the Wett side of Pleasure 
Houte Read, running a 
dlitahce of 435'60 feet atong 
the South side of Brigadoon 
Drive, running a distance 
of 200 feet eiong the 
Western property line 
and running a distance 
of 435.40 feet along 
Ihe South side of LampI 
Southern property line. 
Sold percel to known at 
Lott 17 and It, Bayside 
Corporation, and contains 2 
acres. (Bradford Terrace 
Aree) . BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

6. Applicetion of Davis 
Corner Motors by Gerald 
E. Snyder for e CHANGE 
OF ZONING from Limited 
Commerciel Dittriet 2 (C L 
2) to Generel Commerciel 
Dittriet 2 (C-G 2) and a 
USE PERMIT for used cer 
tolet ond tervlce on cer- 
tain prepwiy beginning et 
a point 800 feet more or lett 
West of Davis Street, 
running e dittonce of 80 
foot eiong me North side of 
Virginle Beech Bouleverd, 
running o dlMonce of tU-Sl 
foot along the Western 
proporty line, running e 
dittanco ef 01.23 feet along 
Qio Nerttidm property line 
Md runnlAB a distence of 
417,42 foot eiong the 
Boafom prworty line. SeW 
pw-eai to KMHMi at Lori2. 
Milbum Manor end een- 
talns 1.135 ocres more or 
lot*. (Mllburn Manor- 
Davit Corner Areet). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

7. Appimtien of John 
Copeland, Inc., for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Limited commercial 
Dittriet 3 (C L 3) to 
General Commerciel 
Dtoh-lct 3 (C-G 3) end e 
USE PERMIT ftK- new' 
automobile teles end 
tervlce on cortain pr^erty 
locatod at (he Northeett 
comer of Virginia BeadL 
Bouteverd and Greenfell* 
Avenue, rumlng a dittanco 

^ ae.14 feet etong the 
North tide of virginle 
Boach Bewtovard, running 
a dtotanco ef 451.87 feet 
along Mo East side of 
GreenMl Avenue, running 
a di^MkCo Of HO feet along 



the South side of Brood 
Street end running e 
dtotanco of 440.» feet otong 
the EoMorn proporty line. 
Said parcel it known at 
Lott 1 through 10, part of 
Let 19, all of Lott 23 
through 40 and part of Lot 
41, Block 31, Plat ^ Euclid 
Piece. Said parcel containt 
3.4 acrn more or Iftt. 
(Arogona Vllloge-Euclid 
Aroat). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

I. Appllcatton of Edwin 
S. Brock for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Rurel 
Retldence DIttrict (R R 1) 
end Retldence Suburbon 
Dittriet 3 (R-S 3), to 
Retldence Suburbon 
Dittriet 2 (R-S 3). Multiple 
Fomliy Retldence District 
(RM) and Limited 
Commerciel Dittriet 3 (C L 
3) and a USE PERMIT to 
conttruet 90 tingle femlly 
clutter unlit (townhjutet) 
on eertelii proiirty 
beginning et o point 790 feet 
more or lott West of 
Hoygood Rood, running e 
dittonce ef 3S0 foot more or 
lott on the North side of 
Newtown Rood, bounded 
on the West by Beyslde 
Junior High School end 
bounded on the Eott and 
North by Lake Smith. 

Percel 1: Change of 
loning from RS 3 ond R-R 
1 to R-S 2: 175 ocrot more 
or lett. 

Porcol 2: Chonge of 
toning from R-S 3 to C-L 3: 
4.2 ocret. 

Poreel 3: Chonge of 
toning from R-S 3 and RR 
1 to R-M: 18 ocret. 

Farce; 4: Chonge ef 
toning from R-S 3 end R-R 
1 to R-M end Ute Permit 
to conttruet 90 tingle 
family clutter unite 
(townhoutet): 27.4 oern. 

Ploto with more detailed 
Informetlon are evaiiable 
In the Deportment of City 
Plonnlng. (Beytide Junior 
High School Aree). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

9. Application of Jolin M. 
Wright by Henry Morgan 
for a CHANGE OF 
ZONING from Residence 
Suburban District 4 (R-S 4) 
to Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) on certain 
property loceted et the 
Northwest corner of 
Plymouth Lane end Laurel 
Lone, running a distance of 
113.59 feet along ttie North 
side of Leurel Lene, run- 
ning a distance of 70 feet 
along the West side of 
Plymouth Lene, running a 
distance of 110 feet eiong 
the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 
71 feet eiong the Western 
prdpurty line. Sard parcel 
is known as Lot 147, Plat of 
Leurel Menor and contains 
7770 square feet more or 
less. (Laurel Manor Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

10. Application of Btr 
nard Jaffee (or a USE 
PERMIT to construct a 
tMfage pumping tiatlon on 
cortoTn property located en 
the South tide of Lompi 
Avenue Extended begin- 
ning ot point 640 feet 
more or leu Eott of Ceren 
Drive. Sold parcel it 
detignoted ot 75 feet by 75 
feet. (BIrehwood Gerdent 

~*TTatr— TTY fTNH A VITT 
BOROUGH. 

II. Application of Shore 
Drive AtMC., for a USE 
PERMIT to construct 493 
motel condominium 
oportmentt on certein 
property located on the 
North tide of Shore Drive 
beginning et e point 2 feet 
more or iut Eatt of North 
Great Neck Rood, running 
a dittanco of 10S5 feet more 
or leu along the Southern 
fX'operty line of which 935 
feet more or less is the 
North side of Shore Drive, 
running e distance of 643.64 
feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 943.54 feet along 
the Northern property line 
and running a distance of 
753 feet along the Western 
property line of which 215 
feet Is the East side of 
North Greet Neck Road 
Extended. Sold parcel 
contains 15.1 acres more or 
4ot». ISeaview Beach 
Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH 

12. Application of Bush 
Construction Co. and 
Crelor Lend and 

Devel^ment Co., for e 
USE PERMIT ta construct 
a sewege pumpfeig ttetlon 
on cwiain p i opa r9 » tocated 
1300 foot mere or leu South 
of Herper Rood and 2300 
feet more or leas West of 
Oceena Bouleverd. Sold 
parcel It 90 feet eiong the 
Northern property line, 80 
feet olong the Eastern 
preperty line, 96 feet eiong 
the Southern property line 
end 40 foot along the 
Wottom pr<H)erty line end 
It to tervlce Herper Squere 
end Derby Run. (Oceona 
Naval Air station Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

3-14-2t 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA I 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beac({. on the 
31tt day of Februory, 1973. 
Charlone Adkint Poole, 
Plaintiff, 
agalntt 

Raymond Wliburn Poole, , 
Jr.. Defmitont. 

ORDER OF 
PVBLICATtON 

The obfoct ef thto tutt it 
to obtain o divorce a mente 
et thoro from the sold 
def«idant upon the 
grounds ef do te r ^ion . 

And on offMovIt having 
been made and filed thet 
the d^endent it e non- 
retWont of the State of 
VIrglnta. ttie Jott known 



THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 8. 1973-PAGE7 



ts^fiii^jiS 



pott office ,dddreM being: 
Route 1, Crett Plain. 
Tonnotaoo 37049. 

if it ordered thot 
he do appeer .here 
within offer due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necettary to ' 
protect hit Interett In this 
suit. 

AMpy-TettO: 
John V. Fontrett, Clerk 
By: J. Curtit Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Owen, Guy. Rhodei I. Belt, . 
381 Independence 
Bouleverd 

Virginia Beech, Virginle 
31,8.15,22-41 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk'i Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of virginle Beech, on tte 
20th day of February, 1973. 
Jamet Lutreil RIehardton, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Virginia P. Pannali 

RIehardton, Defondont. 

ORDER OP 

PUBLICATION 

Th* oblect ef thit tult to 
to obtein a divorce o vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
told defendant upon the 
grounds of two yeort 
teparatlon. 

And on effidovit hoving 
boon mode and filed thot 
tho detondent It o non- 
rotldont of tho State of 
virginto, the lott known 
pott office addrett being: 
939 Coott Bouiovord, 
Loloto, Collfornto. 

it it ordered 

thot th^ do eppeor 
here within ton (10) doyt 
tftor due publlcotlon 
hereof, end do whot moy bo 
necottory to protect her 
interett In thit tult. 

Acopy-Totto: 
John v.Fonh'ett, Clerk 
By: J. CurtIt Fruit. Deputy 
Clerk. 

Brydget. Broylot li 
McKenry, p.q. 
1349 Lttkin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginle 
3-1,8,15,33-41 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beech, on the 
23rd dey of February, 1973. 
Peter F. Buono, Pleintlff, 
ego Inst 

Juenlta Buono, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a mente 
et thoro from the sold 
defendent upon the 
grounds of detertton. 

And an affidevit having 
been made end filed that 
due diligence het been used 
by or in behalf of the 
complelnantto aseertoin In 
what county or corperotign 
the defendent, Juenlta 
Buono, Is residing, but 
without effect,, the lott 
known pott office addrett 
being: 405 Bithop Court, 
Virginle Boedi, Virginle. 

It It ordered thot tho do 
tppur here within ton (10) 
doyt ifter due publication 
hereof, ond do whet moy be 
neceitory ta pcotoct her 
Interett In thit tuH. 

Acopy ^T ettf: 



John V.Fenh-oM, 
By: J. CurtIt Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Bothtre A Hubberd, p.q. 
Board of Trade Building 
Nortolk, Virginia 
31.0,15,32-41 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In (he Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Courtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
23rd dey of February. 1973. 
Stephen Howard Walker. 
Plaintiff, 
against " 

Linda Diana Walker, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
FUBLICATIONa 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
Into a decree of divorce e 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendent upon the 
grounds of desertion at of 
September 12. 1973. or a 
divorce e vinculo 
matrimonii on the grdundt 
of adultery as the evidence 
mey disclose. 

And an effldavit having 
been made and filed 
that the defendent due 
dilligence has been 
used by or In behalf of the 
complelnantto ascertain In 
which City or County the 
defendent Is without eftact, 
the Ifsl known pott ofOco 
addrett being: 1311 Pine 
Cone 'Circle, Apt, 101, 
Virginle Beech, Virginle. 

It Is ordered thot the do 
appeer here within ton (10) 
doyt after duo ^bilcotion 
hereof, end do whot may be 
necoMory to protect her 
interett In thit tult. 

A copy-Tnte: 
John V. Fonfrwt, Clerk 
By: J. Curtto Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Boyee ft Span«iito. p.q. 
109 N. Plau Trail 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
344bW,».4t 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clork't OHIm ef 
the Circuit Court of mo City 
of virginle Beech, on the 
23rd dey of Februory. 1973. 
Dovid RIehord Brown, 
Pleintlff, 
agairat 

Paulette Brown, Defen- 
dent. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

The oblect of Mito tult to 
to odtoln a divereo o i^n- 
cuto matrimonii fmm tho 
said defendent upon the 
if'oonds of . tiee*year 
soporolton at prov)i|ad to 
the Code of virglntou IMO, 
H amended. 

And en effldavit liovlng 
been made end iilod that 
Ihe defendant ta a Mn- 
reaWcnt of the State of 



VIrgtoie. the lett known 
pott office eddreu being: 
305 South Jehnton Shroet. 
Urbane, illtnoit. . 

It It ordered thet 
the do eppear here 
within ten (10) dayt 
after due pubiicatien 
hereof, end do whet may be 
necettary to protect her 
IntoreM ih thit tuit. 

Acopy-Tette: 
JohnV.Fenfreit, Clerk 
By: J, CurtIt Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Underwood, Byrd, Dins- 
more li Evens 
4420 Hoygood Rood 
Virginia Beach, Virginle 
3-14,15,32-41 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clock's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
Of Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day ef Februory, 1973. 
Richard E. LIsenby, 
Plaintiff. 
agaiiMi 

Veierie D. Litenby, 
Detondonl. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

Th* oblect of thit tuit it 
toobtoln divorce e mente 
et thoro from the told 
defendont upon th* 
ground* of dottrtlon. 

And on effidovit hoving 
been mode end filed thot 
the defendant It a non- 
rotldont of the State of 
Virginia, the latt known 
pott office oddrott being: 
No. 40 4th Avenue, New 
London. Connectleutt 
04320, 

-It to ordered thet the 
.do appear here within ten 
(10) doyt efter due 
publlcotlon hereof, end do 
what may be necottory to 
protect her interett In this 
tuit. 

Acopy-TMle: 
John V. Fontrett, Clerk 
By: J. CurtIt Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Cox, Cox <i Cox 
1518 Ationtic Avenue 
Virginia Beech, Virginle 
3-1,«,15,22-4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clork't Office of 
the Circuit Court of the city 
of Virginle Beech, on the 
20th doy of February, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Julia Harper Mllburn, 
Plaintiff, 
agalntt 

William H. Mllburn, 
Detondent. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtein e divorce a Vin- 
culo metrimonij from the 
sold defendent, upon the 
grounds of teperetlon for a 
period of over two (3) 
yeort- 

And en effldevit having 
been mode and filed thet 
the defendent It not a 
rotldent of the itote of 
Virglhio, the lot! known 
pott office being city of 
New York, now York. 

It It ordered thot he do 
eppeor hero within 10 doyt 
offer due pubiicotlon 
hereof, ond do what may be 
necottory to protect his 
interett In.lhto tult. 
A copy— Totte: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS 

tmBnwiFTnrTJT cier k . 
iiaak D. Glattor 
4211 E. Indian River Read 
Chetapeake, Va. 
3-1,8,15,33-41 

LEGAL NOTICE 

Eftoctlve Jan. itt, 1973, 
PAUL N. SUTTON to no 
longer the owner ond 
operetor of PAUL'S 
SHELL SERVICE loceted 
at 3909 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. and will not be 
retponslble for eny debts 
incurred es of this dote. 

PAUL N.SUTTON 
WITNESS: 
Sondro L. Stovens 

3-14,15,23(41) 

IN THE CfRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH The 
30th doy of Februory, 1973. 
Re: HERBERT 
GLASSMAN, Deeeesed 
SHOW CAUSE 

ORDER 

IT APPEARING thet a 
report of the eccounts of 
First A Merchants 
National Bank, personel 
representative of the 
Estete of Herbert 
Giatiman, deceased, ond 
of the debts end demands 
egeinst his estate has been 
filed In the Clerk's Office, 
end thet six (6) months 
hove elapsed since the 
queilflcalton. on motton of 
First A Merchenls 
Holtonol Bank, it is 

ORDERED that the 
creditors of, ond oil othert 
Interetted In. the ettote do 
thow couto, if they con, on 
the 12 doy ef March, 1973, 
before IhIt Court, at 9:30 
A.M. agolnst the peyment 
ond awivery of the Estete 
of Herbert Glostmon, 
deceeted, to the iegotoet. 

A Copy Tooto: John V. 

Renh-ou, Clerk 

By J. CurtIt Fruit, DC. 

3-1,t-2t 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clork't Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginle Beech, on the 
21tt doy of February, 1973. 
Eugene W. Power t, 
PlototHf, 
egointt 

Pomela Hollomon lowers, 
Defendont. " 

"''-»'iwio«Ror "" 

PVELtCATION 

The obioct 91 thit twit it 
ta oblMi dlvw^o a. vin- 
culo motrlmonil from the 
«:aiMI detondent open . the 
VHndt ef having lived 
soparota and apert wHi^t 
any c^iabltottan end 
withovt Interruption tar 
more than tam itaert. 
And Ml afftoavit bavtag 



been made and filed that 
due diligence hes been used 
by or In behalf of the 
complelnant to atcertein In 
what county or corporation 
Ihe defendont It without 
effect Ihe lost known post 
office address being: 2907 
Eibyrne Drive, 
Chesopeake. Virginia. 

It It ordered thet she do 
eppeor here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, end do what may be 
necettary to protect her 
interett In this suit. 

A copy Teste! 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Rlxey A Rixey 
1000 Merltime Tower 
Norfolk, Virginle 

3-1,8,15,22 41 

Com m on wee I th of 
Virginle, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
theCircultCourtof the City 
of Virginia Beech, on the 15 
dey of February, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Gertrude A. Schmalz, 
Fiaintiff, 
against 

Wesley C. Schmsii, 
Defendant. 

The oblect of this suit is 
to obtain a Divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be leter 
merited into e divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the sold defendont, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And en effldavit having 
been mede ond filed thet 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginle, the lost known 
post eddress being R R 
No. 1, Princeton, lowe 
$2768 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, it is ordered 
thet he do eppeor here with- 
in ten (10) deys after due 
publlcellon hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his Interest In this 
suit. 

A copy Teste John V. 
Fentress Clerk 
By Sandra Hargrove D., 
Clerk. 

Osle H. Gay. Jr. 
2871 River Rd. 
Virginia Beech, Va. 

7 22 3 14,15 41 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
theCircultCourtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
13th day of February, 1973. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 
Deneen Daphne Crandell 
Garrison, Plaintiff, 
against 

Lindy Wayne Garrison, 
Defendant 

The oblect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Adultery 

And an affidavit having 
been made and tiled that 
due diligence having been 
used by or on behalf of 
Complelnent to ascertein 
In which county or cor- 
poration the defendant Is, 
without effect, the last 
known post address being 
2565 Oconee Avenue, 
Apertment 28, Virginia 
-Beech, virginio 33454^ 



Not resident of the Stele 
of Virginle, it Is ordered 
thet he do appear her* 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest in 
this suit. 

A copy Teste John V. 
Fentress Clerk 

By Sandra Hargrove, D., 
Lierx. 

Brydges, Broyles A 
McKenry 
1369 Laskin Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
2 22 3 1,8,15 4t 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
14th day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Bertram S. Williems, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Dorothy u awta tawrencw" 
Williams, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Yirglnia, the last Itnown 
post office eddress being 
Bronx, New York. 

it is ordered thet she do 
appeer hero within ten (10) 
oeys efter due publication 
hereof, end do what may be 
necettary to protect her 
Interett in this suit. 
A copy Teste John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Victor J. Ashe 
702 Pleze One East 
Norfolk, Virginia 

7 22 3 l,t,l54t 

VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH ON 
THE 11th DAY OF 
FEBRUARY. 1973 

In The Meffer Of The 
Fetttlon Of WILLIAM GUY 
HARRIS end BETTY SUE 
BARNES HARRIS For The 
Adoption ef CHER I 
THRRE8E DAIL and 
WILLIAM CURTIS DAIL 
By WILLI^«- GUY 

HARR •> ■ Mm*w(rim» 
Change Of Nome Of 
CHBRI THERtSE OAIL 
to CHERI THERBSE 
HARRIS And For The 
Change Of Nem* Of 
WILLIAM CURTIS DAIL 
to WILLIAM CUI 
HARRIS. 

I3942A 

ORDBR OF 

FUBLICATION 

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Pttltlenart and 
rtprMWitMl unto tti* Court 
feat thteblKt of tht abevo- 
•tylad cawa Is to tntar a 
Final Ordor of Adoption of 
Iho abevo-namad Infants 
by William Guy Harris and 
(or th* change of namt of 
Chorl Thorosa Dall to CItsrI 
Thorasa Harris and for ttio 
change of name of William 
Curtis Dall to William 
CurtU Ha. ■ is. 

An Affidavit having been 
made and fllad that the 
Petitioners vorlly state 
that the last known ad- 
dress of William Junior 
uaii, the natural father of 
Cherl Theresa Dall and 
William Curtis Call. Is c-o 
jMn Dall. Willow Street, 
Hertford, Nertli Carolina: 
it Is OHOEIteD that said 
WKIIam Junior Dall appear 
before this Court within ten 
(10) days after the 
pobikatldn of this Order 
a^d Indicate his attihtda 
toward the proposed 
adoptions or otherwise do 
what Is necessary to 
pratacthls interests herein. 

It is further Oil Di RED 
th«t the foregoing porlon of 
IMS Order bo published 
o4co a week for four (4) 
successive weeks Va. 
Beach Sun, a newspaper 
hiving general cireulatlan 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, vtrgmiB. 

A copy Teste: 

John V. Fsnhross. Clerk 

By Sandra Hargrove 

DC. 

Marc Jacobson, 

-Attorney for Petitioners 

«12 Marltfme Tower 

Norfolk, Virginia M5)0 

i-T$,W,3l,l 4T_ 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

' In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Boach, on the 
12th day of February, 1*73. 
ORDMOP 
PUBLICATION 
^trkla S. Rowe, Plaintiff, 
against 
Bert C. Rowe. Defendant. 

The eblect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
. And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being : 
The Village Apartment 
tM04^ran»Or4vCrNo. '" 
Harvey, Louisiana 7M>n. 

Net resident of the State 
of Virghtia, it Is ordered 
that he do appear here 
wHhIn ten (10> days aHer 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest In 
this suit. 

Ansell, Butler & Canada 
43M Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy Teste 
JOHN V. PENTRESS 
CLERK 

BV Sandra Hargrove D., 
Clerk 

I 15,M 3 1,« 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
9th day of February, 1»73. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
George Robert St. Clalr, 
piamtiH, 
against 

Virginia Let Ingram St. 
Clalr, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to Obtain a divorce A 
Vliwulo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
17 Sooth nth Street, 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 
80904. 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, It is ordered 
that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

James E. Brydes, Jr. 
2413 Pacific Ave. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
A copy Teste 
JOHN V FENTRESS 
CLERK 

BY Sandra Hargrove D., 
Clerk. 

2 I5,2231,« 

Com monwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
9th day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Sherry Gayle Birmingham, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

jamM Gary Birmingham, 
Defendant. 

The eblKt of tt«is suit Is 
to obtain a ^iMtrce a mensa 
el thoro to be later merged 
i«lo a divorce a vinculo 
nrtalrimonii from Hie said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of actual and 
willful desertion as of 
Fe»rMary, 15, Wt. 

tad an affidavit havlne 
Man made and filed thai 
mt defendirt.^ Is ^t • 
resident d* fN» State of 
Virtmia th« las' known 



post office address being 
6S21 Wright Ave. 
Kalamazoo, Michigan. 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, it is ordered 
that he do appear here 
within 10 (10) ten days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest In this suit.- 
BoycO and Spanoulis 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach Va. 
A copy Teste 
John V. Fentress, Cler* 
Linda Noel Hill, DC. 

2 15,223 1,84T 



Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on the 

7th day of February, 1973. 

ORDER OF 

PUtLICATION 

Susan Carol Stack, 

Plaintiff, 

agauwt 

Jerriy Flynn Stack, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the salc^ defendant, upon 
the grounds of a two (V 
year separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the lost known 
post office address being 
i107 Blue RIdgo Drive, Fort 
Worth, Texas 74148. 

Not rMldent of the State 
of Virginia, it is ordered 
that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do whit may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 
Wm. Collona 

281 Independence Blvd. 

Va. Beach, Va. 

A copy Teste 

JOHN V FENTRESS 

CLERK 

BY Sandra Hargrove D., 

Clerk 



2 15,22 3 1,8 



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MONDAY THROUGH 
FRIDAY 

8:30 a.m. to 5 pjn. 

OPEN SATURDAYS 

8:30 a.m. to 
12 Noon 



BOBBY LEE Hope you 
soon fatt bttter. 

AuntG. & Uncle P. We love 
you - Hope you see us soon. 
GMSOM 

Bruce 8i Keith ■ EC is the 
Greatest. Thanks, GifM. 

HAPPY BELATED 
BIRTHDAY MUS 

Shepheard . . . Your «th 
<Srade Class. (Sorry about 
last week, Shawn) 

Mike - Have fun - don't 
freeze ■ hurry homo. Mary 
8i All. 

CARRIERS Get ihOM 
collections t Your D. Mgrs. 

Mom 8i Dad - Old you get 
the letter? GMSDM 

RON - Welcome home, feel 
good fast! Staff 

p.p. Too' bad you keep 
getting "led astray". Just 
watch those ol' Inches go on 
the waistline. 

BRUCE ■ Thanks for 
coming home, we nftisstd 
you! Mary 8i All 

"^Winnie and Sandy, xnanks 
for your help. Your CM. 

To Those Who Cart • One 
week to "The Ides of 
March" • Ye 01 Soothsayer. 

Captain Magnifictnt has 
been lost In the fog this past 
week. 

And Captain Sweetie found 
him, but asked him to get 
lost again. 



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'3— PERSONAL NOTICES 



Have private room In my 
home available for elderly 
lady. Very reasonable. 486- 
6615. 



TeH Someone 
You Caiejgth a 
Sun Neviispaper 

Sunshine Ad 




• WdiHMiwonei 
In^Urtliday 

• CMfinduMe friends on 
UhB eopiement 

• Send KBnivmury gieetingt 

• Congntttlste new paienti 

• Bod Voyaps wtetaes 

• Copfittidatkms M 
^wdrta dri e v o m e a U 

• OlJMt ay "HELLO" 
in I if€*M way 

Look for SanaiilaB Ada 

tverywMklB 
the ClMriftod Sdction 
<rft1»Vfaflni»BMch 
Sub. 

Cai CtesiM 

m-mi ' 

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tf^NMcalion ten 
To nan tour 
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Reduce safe t. fast with 
GoBese Tablets 8. E-Vap 
"water pills". Murden 
Drug. 



DisoMer Japan 

18 days, October 1973, 
privale diartei, ^Kmsond 
by the mcmbetdi^ of Koyu 
KaiofViiiink. Wecaa 
go if you go. 
425-9335 420-0577 




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S-SPECIAL SIRViCCS 

Cane and Rush Chair 
Seats replaced. 486 5094. 

CANDY THE CLOWN 
Available, Birthdays, 
Promotionais and Grand 
Openings. Call 587 3697 or 
423 4689. 

CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS 
DRAPERIES Free 
Estimates. Reasonable 
Rates. Call 425-1406. 

y,.. — —,■■■ —„ , I. I, »■■,,> 

DRESSMAKING 8. 
ALTERATIONS. Myrtle 
Barker. 340-0427. 

HEY GIRLS Try the 

famous Scufptress Custom 
fitted bra. Call 499 6256 



INCOME TAX SERVICE 
State and Federal. 340 9791. 

INCOME TA)< SERVICE 
Licensed. Mr. Blick, 464 
1997. 

INCOME TAX SERVICE 
Phone 499 1419 — 587 8227 

SEWING All types. 

Rtasbnable prices. 588- 
8482. 

TATTERS the clown of TV, 
circus. Available for 
parties, shows, 
promotions, etc. Magic, 
balloon animals, good 
clean comedy. Reasonable. 
547-4714 after 5. 

The Drapery Factory, 457 
S. Lynnhaven Rd. 486-5207. 

THE PEMBROKE 
PUPPETS - Are now 
-available for Birthday 
4>arties, Special Events, 
etc. Children and Adult 
entertainment. 497 4141, 
497 0982. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
CHIMNEY Sweep and 
fireplace repair, 
'{replaces designed, built 
and rebuilt. Dampers 
installed and repaired. " 
Guaranteed to stop 
smoking. Call 428 7350 
night or d'av 



8 LOST t FOUND 

MALE COLLIE -Found In 
Plaza Area. 486 3430 or 499 
3971 after 6. 




WAMTB 




TYPING-ln my home. 
Resumes, term papers, 
letters, envelopes, forms. 
4241656. 



1 4— HILF WMim . MAU 20— DAY NURSf RY 



AUDITOR Perntanent full 
time. Nights. Call 340 1222. 

CARPET CLEANER 
male, own transportation, 
age 21 to 45, will train, good 
pay. 486 5519. 



HAPPY DAYS KIN 
DERGARTEN - And 
Day Care Center State 
Licensed for 2, 3, 4, and 5 
year olds. Open 7 a.m. 6 
p.m. year around.' Cair 
428-6565 to enroll. Located 
at 612 Fremac Drive (off 
Laskin Road between 
'Hilltop and oceonfront). 




I<--Hil> WAHTID - WMAU 



BABYSITTERS Needffd; 
All ages; Register to sit 
with established 
organization. Call 423 7644 
after 5. 

MAID-Afternoons. For Day 
Care Center. Call 428-6565 
for appointment. 




'OPPORTUNITY' 



FoutfaMliasi 
ately for levenl job open- 
ings. S6ia monthly. CaH 
499-2763 tm an appoint- 

ment 



ZZ'^CNOOLS * IIOTiUCTI 



FRENCH and Spanish 
tutor, evenings. Need help 
with exams' Also group 
Instruction. 340 9141. 

PIANO LESSONS For 
beginners; Any ages. 
Theory provided. Kemps 
yille Area. 420 9253. 

VOICE LESSONS -• 
Beginners, advanced. 
Jamts Morrlsson, 428- 
0587 



10— pm » wffim 

DALMAT ION PUPS Pet 
and Show quality, AKC 
registered. 464 4874, 855 
9340. 

CHIHUAHUA PUPSIong 
coats; AKC; temporary 
shots; wormed, 7 weeks. 
421 3043. 

CHINESE PUGS-6 mo. 
female, fawn, black mask; 
AKC registered. 855 7914. 

COCKER PUPS-Champion 
sired, black, AKC 
registered. 425-3996. 

COCKER SPANIEL PUPS 
Black, champion sired, 
registered. Reserve now 
for Easter. 425 3996. 

COCKER SPANIELS 
AKC registered, champion 
sired, show dogs and pets. 
Stud service. 340 1102. 

COON DOGS Puppies & 
grown, one registered 
Redbone. 426-7166. 

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COLLIES-Trl-color. male 
and female, 5 weeks old. 
•4990892. 

COLLIE-Tri-Color female. 
Howsebroken, well man- 
nered, excellent family pet. 
Reasonable. 857 1659. 



dO-MllCELLANEOUS 64B FARM IMPLKMEMT8 



RIFLE 
with clip. 



30 30, bolt action 
4267166. 



WHEEL DISC 12', 4-row 
type, excellent condition, 
488 6054. 



tSA FIREWOOD 



50 gallons waxless floor 
finish and 50 gallons 
commercial stripper. 
Must move immediately 
at $1 per gallon, which Is 
fraction of cost. Contact 
Jay Brumblay at 486-3430. 

«l-.WUIlNa APFAML 



LADIES DRESSES-Sizes 8 
and 10; practically new 
knits and cottons; 
reasonably priced. 423- 
5884. 

M— BUILDINO lUPPLIES 

HOME Builders & Con- 
tractors Let us help you 
with that new home- 
additions or repairs. We 
can furnish materials 
from basement to attic 
and aid you in financing. 
Phone KELLAM 8. 
EATON 427 3200. 



FIREWOOD By cord or 
' cord delivered, $40. 
cord. 427 2857. 

64-PLANTS « SHRUIS 



IT'S SPRING Planting 
time! Fruit trees, nut 
trees, berry plants, grape 
vines, asparagus, rhubarb, 
landscaping plant 
material. FREE copy 48 
pg. Planting Guide Catalog 
In color on request. 
WAYNESBORO NUR 
SERIES, Waynesboro, 
Virginia 22980. 




AIR CONDITI0NEHS-{2> 
6,000 BTUs, $75. each. 340- 
4873. - 





11— HJLPWANTP.M/P 

MEN A WOMEN (AGE 26 
120; to earn $100 $1000 per 
month part time, in own 
home. 486 6035. 



GRIMES MUSIC SCHOM. 

GUITAR CLASSES 
In Pembroke Area 
Sludenti 'nnght la SnnU 
CSioups Accotding to Ages 

499-1428 




BOOKKEEPING 

aiK] 

JfflC SERVICE— 

Monflily, Quarteily, 
Yewtly 

S8M822, Ricks 



DID YOU EARN 
$12,000 OR MORE 
LAST YEAR? 

Would you iii<i to double 
your income In your 
spare tlmat For appt. call 
497-8575. 



DRESSMAKING 

Unique lad penonil des%ning. 
AdaltsandchUien. Newly 
eMUWiad in Midneck Aim ai 
Beach Propct. 

428-7643 



SALES TRAINEES 
' H^ardlcst M ycwr |Mtl wark 
iMckground. *n may b* *blt lo 
tram you tor locaHuH Hmt »alt» 
MIOOO MoniMy to start. Call 
M9va 



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INCOME TAX 

LafiyOemeni 

iU fstums piepaied 

while yott wait! 
3320 Virgin Beach Blvd 
Near Princen Anne Plaza 
486-156a 



SALESPEOPLE 

Full or part lime, r>o exparlantt 
nacauary. High commluiom. For a 
confltfantial Intwvlew, contact Mr. 
StricKlar»d. 4W 7S50. 



26 APTS FURNISHED 



VIRGINIA PEACH I 

bedroom, kitchen, utilities 
furnished S115 per month. 
An 5979. 

at— MOUSB - UNniBMWHtt 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
3 bedroom, 2 ' bath 
Townhouse. Fireplace; 
fenced backyard. 
Avaltabte 'March- 1^. $220 ~ 
428 0100, 486 1414. 



, 31— OP PICE. . 

DBIK .SPACE 

PRIME OFFItE SPACE 
New space available in 
modern. SUN building at 
138 S. Rosemont Rd. next 
to Expressway. Large and 
small unit for several 
office use, ready for you. 
Call 486 3430. 



ENGLISH SETTER PUPS 
Male, registered; 8 wks. 
old, exeellent background. 
420 7789. 

FISH I pair Tinfoil 
Barbs; 4 6 inches; $15. or 
$8 separate. Also, l pair 
Jack Dempsey; 5 inches; 
10. or $6. separate. 499 
3971. 

GERMAN SHEPERD pups 
AKC registered. 853 6088. 

GERMAN SHEPHERD 
PUP 6wceks old; AKC 
registered; Father and 
Mother csn be seen.- 
340-8055. _^_^ 

GOLDEN RETREIVERS 
AKC registered, 6 wks, 
wormed, good bloodlines. 
497-8286. 

-^»^^»W^~^SA N E L K. 



Antique Bed and roctcer. 
' Black 8< white Dumont TV, 

table model, excellent 

gj— ji4l»ICAL INSnUMiHTS condition, $50. 340 6833. ^_ 

BABY FURNITURE -Crib 
and mattress $30; Playpen 
S10. Other miscellaneous 
items Including sterilizer, 
vaporizer, stroller, etc. 
Call 340-9149. 



ORGAN-Wurlltzer 4500 
solid state; full i»edal 
board, 3 years old. Maestro 
rhythm king and stand; 
$1800. 420-0061. 

PIANO-lvers 8i Pond; 
electric player; like nevy 
condition; $1,000. 464-1842, 
543-5 911. 

SNARE DRUM Red 

Sparkle, needs he^ds, 
otherwise in excellent 
shape. Good for a beginner. 
$10. Dial 427. 1787. 




ASTROLOGICAL 

TENNIS LESSONS 

428-5678 or 
423-8613. 



19 JOBS WANTED 

BABYSITTING 
Southern Points; 7 a.m. to 6 
p.m. Mon. thro FrI. 486 

4307. 



34-A MOVING 
STORAGE 



AND 



HAROLDS TRANSFER 

432-4793 or 497-8088 

Masterchargo 

as HOUSE FOR SALE 



BABYStTTING -d8ys^n^ ^-VPo^b*^ 



HELLO 
If you can play a musical 
iutninient, ring: haves 
band ot murical group, 
better legtotet with Cq>ric<mi 
BooMivi^ency, 399-2139. 

"Where It '$ Happening" 



FREELANCE 
PHOTOGRAPHY 

7 yMis experience 

CALL 
429-2097 I 



6— MONUMENTS 
BURIAL LOTS 



CEMETERY LOTS -(2) in 
Rosewood Memorial Park, 
Virginia Beach, 428 7745. 

16 - HELP WANTED, 



'3M BRAND ALAMiS 
fltyout security 
i^wdsHidyour budget 
Cril8S7-S4(» 

NICarrWATCH reOJWTY 
SYS1SMS 



s-4S£"J> 



SISTER UNA 

Reader and Adiisor 




t)p«4lino«f«fWm 



Cdl f or AipfMsM^ 
4»Stlt 



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IMMEDIATE 
OPENINGS 

AvailaUa Mr TacMiical and 

AdminUtrativa training in 

Naval Aviation 

April »— Aviation Safety 

Equipmant 

Aviation Oremanc* 

AprH !♦— Aviation Hy*auliCT 

April t>— Air Crannmen. (ASW) 

A|wll 10— Air CanlroliTwn 

Aviation Matalsmllh 

May »— Aviation Safety 

Equipmant 

Avlallcn Or^nanct 

Air Crawman (ASW) 

Aviation Maint Admin, 

May 1*- Aviaftei Machinist 

Action Eiactrwict 

AvialMrt MaM. 

Admin. 

May 21— Air cravwnefl (ASW) 

AvMloe MataMmMi 

AvMten Elac1r«nic» 

May tS-Avialioi Matalunilti 

OpMUnos arc ^milcd «td will t>c 

illlad wItWn J ««•*» 

aaq ul i a w ent s: 1? 31 m a* a»(, 

M0S kMdI erad. no prior 

nrilHw MPi. ga»d phyiical 

nn^niwi, paia wrmoB enam 3 

years a ctiv e duty at a Mavai Air 

ntt t r^ Unit, Cau 4i47m. 

Naval Air itmrt Unit (Bide 

LP 111. MAS. Norlolk 



my home, reasonable 
rates. 486 4371. 

BABYSITTING My 

home; experienced; 
Aragona Village; 499 6120. 

BABYSITTING my home; 
any age; Haygood Area. 
499 3418. 

BABYSITTING In my 
Hilltop home for working 
mother per week. 428 2871. 

BABYSITTING in my 
home; Windsor Woods - 
Area. 340 5594. 

BOO KK EEP ING 
TYPING-ln my home. 
Reasonable. 425 5239 after 

4. 

DESIRES CAREE* 
POSITION Experience as 
follows, 2 yrs. general 
reporting and editing 
women's p»ge; 3 yrs 
secreterlal work, type Sr 
words per minute, 
newspaper layout, 
copyreading ; insurance 
(auto and homeowners) 
rating and working up 
orders, filing, dictaphone 
and adding machine. Call 

497 3*74, 

KEYPUN€«-«' ye»rs ex- 
pellee; days, Va. Sm^. 
Call 425 5346. 

OFFICE cleaning" - 
Night tlmi; Aragona 
Village preferred. Call 
499 2154, after 6 p.m. 

TYPING .Ne»t and ac- 
curate. 2S cents per page. 
497 74S3, after 6, 486S604. 

TYPING Done in my 

home. iO cents per page; 
$1,00 per page tor tables. 
Call 497 5634 after 6 and 
weekmids. 



WATERFRONT Nice 4^ 
bedroom, 2 baths, at 
tached oarage, fenced 
backyard, refrigerator, 
stove, wall to wall car 
peting included. Owner. 
857 4165. 



HOUND . Male, 

AKC reg., wish to mate. 
Only fee pick of litter. 
Harry Marshall, 425 5518. 

LABRADOR BRACE-AKC 
champion bloodline, both 
registered, partially 
obedience trained. Good 
stock. 4974181 after 6:00. 

LABRADOR RETRIEVER 
PUPSAKC registered; 
excellent background. 484- 
8534. 

PEKINGESE PUPS-(3) 
males. Show 8, breeding 
stock, AKC registered, 
pedigreed, prices vari«t. 
Shots, wormed. 485-3754. 

PEKINGESE PUPPY- 
Male, 11 weeks, black and 
white markings; 340-2005. 

POODLE PUPS AKC 

registered, 8 weeks, show 
quality, apricots and white 
toys. 499 8405. 



JOIN IN THE FUN! 

FREE 

ULTJHHiAN 
CLASSES 

Evtny Tuead^Bmnlng, 7:30 

— -STUDIOS 



49»3766 

248J«ieyAve. 
Va.Be«di(Nca»GEX) 



Drapes, love seat, recliner, 
oriental rug, chandelier. 
Ladies' clothes Isize 8), 
etc. 3M-056S. 

ELECTRIC RANGE- 
Apartment Size-Deluxe 
MoSel, COppertene; A-l 
condition; SIOO. 428-8239. 

EARLY AMERICAN J» 
FURNITURE Brand new, 
never unwrapped. Sofa aitd 
matching love seat, — ' 
upholstered In gold-brown 
tweed, with maple arms. 
Purchased 11 days ago at 
Wickes Furniture for $420. 
This is beautiful furniture. 
Will sacrifice for $500 cash. 
Dial 427-1787, after 6 p.m. 
or we ek-ends. 



64 OFFICEEOUIP MENT 

DICTATING MACHINES 
. one set of two. "Diet A 
phone". Excellent con 
dition. 464 9395, 428 9179. 

D ¥^'f^A^H ONE 
TELEPHONE AN 
SWERING MACHINE- 
Gives recorded message 
and takes incoming 
messages. $200. 486-1215. 

Interested in telephone 
answering equipment for 
office or car' Call 497 

6411. 



Living room suite and Den 
furniture. Early American 
green print. Days, 340-0291; 
340-2125 after 7. 

LIVING ROOM SUITE 
Royal blue; one print 
chair, contemporary. 587- 
0950. 

PILLOWS (2) King size, 
80 per cent small whole 
white goose feathers, 20 
per cent goose down. 
Brand new; Must sell 
(allergic) 497 0982 after 6 
p.m. week days; Anytime 
week ends. 

Pool Table, 6', $65. 
Vibrator belt, very good 
condition, -$35. 484-6569. 




OUT OP TOWN 



FLORIDA PROPERTY 
JO acres privately 

owned, West of Lakeland 
Industrial Center, 35 
minutes from Disney 
World; bearing citrus 
trees, fresh creeks, paved 
road frontage; suitable for 
motel, trailer court or 
subdivision. Additional 
land available. Call 428 
1457. 

SPACES for Mobile 
Homes. Large, wooded 
iots. Approx. 15 mi. from 
va. Line, 15 mi. from E. 
City, N.C. and 25 mi. from 
Nags Head. $25 & $30 per 
month Call (919) 453 3232 
after 6. 



SHETLAND SHEEP- 
DOGS -7 weeks, temporary 
shots, AKC registered. 
Champion sir ed. 497-3948. 

WIRE HAIRED FOX 

TERRIER AKC reg. 

female, 3 months, shots, 
wormed, 460-0502. 




SOA -STUD SERVICE 

Shetland Sheep Dog 
Champion; proven; 
lovely; 340 8907. 

59 COINS 8, STAMPS 

Buying and selling silver 
coins before 1964; Nor- 
view Coin Shop. 6212 
Sewells Point Rd., 853 
8118. 

OLD PENNIES 1910 to 
present, also silver war 
nickels. 10 cents and up. 
497 2578. 




BaIsENJI PUPS t weeks, 
registered, wormed. Call 
427 3387. 



BCT4AMI0US 



BEAGLE 
registeredj 



PUP 
5 month 



4»; att'shots. 587 




BOSTON TERiyER PU 

10 weeks, qeautifully 
marked malei AKC 
registered. 853-5124. ^ . j^- 

BOXER PUPS AKC 
registered, fawn, malas. 
tnlli ^eked. 5879627. 



AVON BOTTLES Very 
old, also some antiques. 
DidI 499 M85. ^ 

BICYCLE New Sears 10 

!ed, Semperet gum wnJI 

center pole brakes; 

al crulsftig brakes; 

Simplex derrailer. $50. 444 
9231 aftnr 6 p.m 

HAIR ORYER-Goneral 
Electi^lc Fashion Mist. 
Hw'dly used. $15. 340-9022. 




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Ami Cki//if ied 



PERSON to PERSON ADS! 



THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH S, 1973-PAGE 9 73 



4S6-MS4 




MOVING-Housthold 
Furniture of all kinds 
474S. 



420 



RANGE-Sears classlc; 
Coppertone, double eye 
level ovens, excellent 
condition, $200. 485 1332. 

R EFR IGER ATOR 
Westlnghouse, white, 
excellent condition, S7S. 
S8S-5097. 

REFRIGERATOR-14 cu. 
ft.; self .defrosting Cold- 
spot; SI SO. 424 9280. 

REFRIGERATOR 
Avacado 14 cu.ft. like new, 
cross top freezer. 460-1062. 

REFRIGERATOR 14 cu. 
ft. Hotpoint; self 
defrosting; like new 
condition. $100. Call Jay 
Brumbley 486-3430 or 497- 
6973. 

STRATFORDSHIRE 
CHINA-Servlce for 8. $30. 
Call 340-9022. 

TABLE Drop leaf dining 
room, Duncan Phyfe. 428 
9179. 



Wastier, Whirlpool, 3-piece 
Danish walnut bedroom 
suite, Hoover upright, 
Stereo AM FM radio. 499 
3477. 

WASHER-18 lb. Kenmore; 
only used 3 months; $130. 
583-1097 after 5. 

WING SOFA-90", 3 Cushion 
Early American; matching 
chair. Oak frame, no 
broken springs. Good for 
upholstery classes. $35. 340- 
0674. 



NEW MOON 1968, 4 
bedroom, 60' X 12', fully 
carpeted with patio cover, 
large storage shed, ex 
cellent condition. $4,250. 
4998719. 



81-A - FOR RINT 



FOR RENT 3 bedroom 
mobile Home, Ijijt baths, 
completely furnished inc. 
washer and air cond. 38 mi. 
South of Norfolk. $115 per 
mo. Couple w children 
under 6 preferred, no pets. 
Call 919 453 3232 after 5 30. 





<t— lADIO-TV -STimO 

A ■ 



RCA PORTABUE TV 19", 
excellent condition, $50. 
543 6010. 



STEREO Teac A 1200-U 
Reel-to-Reel, 9 mos. old; 
two stereo echo channels 
with microphones. Was 
$349, now $195. 464-9231 
after 6 p.m. 



vo— MOTo«cY<iiii. idWIB 



HONDA — '72? 500, 3,400 
miles, gold, all stock. 
$1,200. Dial 623-0910 after 7 
p.m. 

YAMAHA-1968 DT-1, ex 
cellent condition, many 
extras, $375. 485-1332. 

YAMAHA 1971, DT-1 

$375. Dial 464 0875 after 6 
p.m. 

4S>-T«UCKS, TIUIUM, iUn 



FORD-1971 Pickup, 302-V 
8, Sport Custom, excellent, 
loaded. $2750. 588-7864. 



120— AUTOMOIILIS 

BEACH BUGGY-Must see 
to appreciate; $450. 545 
3649, 547 5272, 

BUICK-1967 LeSabre, 
automatic, body and motor 
in excellent condition. $600. 
547-2753. 

CADILLAC 1968; extra 
clean; loaded; Make an 
P» 420-2 2 8 5. ' ^ .. . 



CHEVROLET-1964 Im- 
pala. Automatic; power 
steering, brakes; best 
offer. 340-6041. 

CHEVROLET 1965, 2 dr., 6 
cylinder; new inspection; 
$395. 484-2243. 

CHEVELLE 1972 Mallbu, 
automatic, air conditioned, 
power steering, $2650. 464. 
5123. 

COMEr - 1967 Cyclone 
P90, 4 speed, new tires and 
Hew engine, tape deck. 
Excellent condition. 857- 
^1165. 

CORVAIR-1963 Coupe. 
Automatic; good con- 
dition; $125. 420 2300. 

COUGAR 1971; V-8; fac- 
tory air; Automatic; All 
power; A-1; $1850. 587-9078. 

COUGAR 1969; 3 speed; 
mag wheels; $1400 or best 
offer. 4281750. 

DODGE 1970 Challenger; 
automatic; 383 cu. in.; air 
conditioned; Cream color 
with green vinyl top; ex 
cellent condition; $1795. 
4996187. 



DUNE BUGGY-(Manx) 
V.W. powered. All 
weather; royal blue; A-1; 
$1200. 855-6377. 



MUSTANG 1970 Shelby 
Cobra GT 350. Red with 
black Interior. Mag wheels 
with Goodyear G 60 15 
tires. Air conditioned, tape 
deck. $3,000. 487 3036. 

■ 

OLDSMOBILE 1968 

Delmont 88, power 
'Steering, brakes, air 
conditio ing, vinyl top, 
good tires, 35,000 miles, 
excellent condition, 1 
owner. $1300. Jay 
Brumley 486 3430, 497- 
6973. 



OPEL GT 1971likenew 
condition; 2 new Michelin 
steel radial tires, 28,000 
miles, A steal at. $2095 
Call Jay Brumley 486 3430 
or 497 6973. 



PLYMOUTH 1970 Duster, 6 
cylinder, standard shift, all 
vinyl interior. $1095. 340 
6270. 

PLYMOUTH DUSTER 
1972, Rust brown, 3 speed. 

497-6161. 

If 

PONTIAC 1968 GTO 

green with gold vinyl top, 
excellent condition, 4 speed 
hurfit shifter; 39,000 
original miles. Call 340 
5509. 




«»^WANTTOIU^^ 



$25. for old dolls and 
lamps; any condition; late 
1800S-1940S. 427 6973. 

ANTIQUES Cut glass; 
jewelry; silver; old dolls; 
any old. 420 8911; 420 5117. 

ANfiQUES — and any old 

' furnltur* 

. CASH-CASH-CASH 

,^ 622 4182 

— « ■ 

ELECTRIC TRAINSAny 
make or condition. 545- 
6343. 



CADILLAC 1965. Loaded. 
Needs body work. $550. 
Cash or best offer. 423-5238. 

CADILLAC 1966 Coupe 
DeVJIle, 50,000 miles,-, 
clean, $1350. 340-6171. 

CAPRI - 1971 Ford Capri, 
2000 CC engine. Brown 
with white interior. Best 
offer. Call 499 1845. 



DUNE BUGGY BODY- 
Hand laminated; and 
related equipment. 486- 
3606. 



FAIRLANE 1969, 2 dr. 1 
owner, vinyl top, full 
power, air. Must be seen. 
$1395. 486-6569. 

FALCON -1964 Station 
Wagon. Excellent con- 
dition. New tires; new 
battery. Call 340-8240. 

FIAT-1971; 850 Spider 
convertible, 4 speed, radio. 
$800. 425-8835. 

FIAT -1967 4 door station 
wagon, good tires, ^^ea 
running condition, radio 
and heater. $400. 464-3486. 

FORD-1966 Custom 500, 4 
door sedan, white; 3 speed; 
air conditioned. New tires, 
battery. Just inspected. 
$650. 497 37397'486^;63«4: ^^ 



PONTIAC'1969 Grand Prix 
(Model J); excellent 
condition; $1850. 427 5060. 

PONTIAC 1965 Catalina, 
good engine, good tires K 
transmission. $250. 425 
7881. 

PORSCHE 1967, 912; new 
tires, paint; excellent 
condition. $2700. 6232651. 

TOYOTA 1970 Corona, 
Mark II station wagon. A 1 * 
condition. $1500. 486 5571. 

THUNDERBIRD : 1973 
black, fully equipped, 
$7250. Call 428 7368. 

VOt;KSWA6CN • — 197T,^ 
Orange sunroof, header 
system. Perfect condition. 
Extras. $1500. Call 460 
1085. 



MUSTANG-1965 coupe, 
automatic, 6 cy., bucket 
seats, fire engine red. $475. 
588 6329. 



1971 VW 



Onn|i^ln1toor,excclIent 
oonditioa, itneo tape deck. 
MutSeU! 

SI 500 
CALL 460-1085 




ATTEfiTlON HOMEOWNERS 

Eipocially Waterfront Property Ownen 
FOR THE FIRST TIME- !IUY DIRECT! 



Take Advantage of 
Low Factory Prices... 

40% 



75— ANTIQUB 



ANTIQUE SIDEBOARD 
Excellent shape, jirst $70. 
Call 416-3311. 

COME BROWSE TODAY! 
3 floors of everything and If 
we don't have it, we'll get it 
for you. It's easy to get 
here. From Military High- 
way turn off w» Indian 
River Rd. and go west 1 
mile. Brass beds, Victorian 
furniture, round oak tables, 
gadgets, old dolls, cut 
glass. You name It! 
MELTON'S ANTIQUES, 
4201 Indian River Rd. 420 
8911, 420 5117. 

FURNITURE WANTED 
— Couch, Early 
American, blue.or green, 
in good condition. Will pay 
up to $100. Call 425 6485. 



SAVE 
UP 
TO 

Made from B.F. Goodrich GEON VINYL. The per- 
fect 8idfflg for your home that meanues np to it- 
tually eveiy bMuty and maintenance free require- 
ment. 



CBHIUN-Tm) 

sniD vmi aiHNG 



85* 



Eei 
Sq. 
Ft. 

NO LIMIT 



This prka Includes ail labor and matartalt covering all window* and door casing*, *llli. facia*, and 
ovartiangt. Act today. This offer Is for ilmKad time only. 









iyUiiiil iiiMS 



BOAT for Sale: 26 ft. 
Sloop; converted navy 
whaler; sleeps 4; head 
'and galley; no engine; 
^•tnttss steel standing 
rigging; dacron sails; 
dacron running rigging; 
$1500 firm. Call 3405648 
before 11 a.m. ^ 

HOB IE CAT 14 with 

custom aluminum trailer. 
Call owfter. 464.4734. 

RICHARDSON 1957; 34 ft., 
Sleeps 6, stove and 
rtfrigerator, $4800. 484- 
4*W. • 

M—CiAlllNllt. TtAMlM 

MARAUDtR •• 1972 
Travel trailer; 251 dual 
wHcett; self contained. 
§55-4507. 







■1*1 



Sse^—io* 



'■ m il' ] "i«k 

B«for« You Buy Any SM^ Cril Us Or Wt 
May Loi0 • FREE ESTIMATES • No Obligation 

Night & Sunday 
or 497-9270 



497-6970 



CV^. ALUMINUM VINYL SUPPLY 

274 N. WHriMtaek (BeMe GBX D^t Store) Va. Bneh, Va 

"Ow OmmtHdMg Reptmtbm far DtpendMUty Gtmmteei Sati^fiml' g-^^^ ^ 



HOME SERVICE — REPAIR GUIDE 



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iMS>CT^- 



USE THIS HANDY UP TO DATE ALPHABETICALLY USTED 
GUIDE FOR AU YOUR SERVKZ NEEDSI 

Air Conditioning Electrical Contractor Noma Improvlmanti u • .- Plumbing 




Home Improvennanti 



TfpEWATlR 
HEATING ft 

AIR CONDITIONING. 

INC. 
RerideatM e nd Com mwcM 
FREE ESTIMATES 
497.S716 OR 499-3487 




ELECTMCAL 

commACroa 

EaritatU 



D.E. MITCHELL 



Asphalt-Concrata 



Extarminating 



ASPHALT PAVING 

Pitch liaepdlclitaM.dii«e. 
my* a necjatiy. No J«l> 
toomaL' 

CALL 
487-6061 



BURTON PEST 
CONTROL CO. 

Spectatume In roach and 
Intact control. natMenllal 
& Commarclal. 

497-9182. anytima. 



CONCRETE WONK 

fMlo»4Mawaik*-Oil«ewayt 
Slabt-Curto and Oirtter 
AU. TYPES CONCRETE 
FREE ESTIMATES 
WB.M.BeaK».Ji. 
ICoBliaetat 



Garagas 



Carpat 



SAVE MONEY 

ON FIRST QUALITY 

CARPET! 

Letnt riww you in your 
own home how we can 
Hve you money on fint 
quality caipet, cnihion 
md installation. 

FREE ESTIMATES 
_^ONV]ENIENTTERMS 



CALL 340-4162 
From 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. 



GARAGES 

CUSTOM BUILT 
nNANONG 

Hardison 
Contracting 

420-1716 



Haating 



Carpantry 



CARPENTRY 

It Our BuAnenI 
RaiMirs, Our Specialty I 
Quality workmanNilp 
Raaaon aw rataib 

45^4861 

CONSTRUCTION 

siKvicasco. 



RAM 
HEATING A~ 
OOOLINOPOL 

HHL 
Awthortiad Oealer 

489.7364 



CMPENTRY yVORK 
FREE ESTIMATES 
CALL 428-7460 

AFTER 5 P.M. 



t0NMr«% 



104 S. Wltchduck Rd. 
24 Hr. Servica 
"Nob ody UndarMlK 
497-is55 The Ki ng" 497-121 

Homa Improvaments 



CaramicTila 



CERAMIC TILE 

iUpain,NewWockA 

RcmodeU^ 

QoattyWMk 

BeitPlrice 

34M423 



D. J. CHAFFER 

Genafii Contiactoc Licanaad 
A Rcfiitend by the ilile 
of Viigiiiia Genenl Home 
Improveraeali. No job too 
486-3344 



(XRAMIC OR 
MUD WORK 

Faat, free eitimatea, bctt 
wotk, bert price. New, 
old or fegroutiiig. 

587-1720 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Remodeling, addKioni, 
tiding. Ucaniedand 
bonded. Free cftlmatat. 
25 yeart axperlance. MM 
do our own work. 

DODSON 427-3354 



Elactriart Contractor 



EimRICAL WORK 

Beefark iiest and (bycn; 
houMi lewlred. 
necEatiauiU* 
CaUMUteLmrinAy 



ISSSJi 



Roofing, guttirlng, carpen- 
t#y and Mnor rapaM. We 
fix all thoaa hard to find 
leaku Free Eftlrnata*. . _ 
OWN ER, W^ OWJarrut 

1871S38 



QUCKLKHrr 
ELECIItlCCO. 

Elaelrteal CaaHradan 
N«i tMOtt^^Mtrk 

m Wt. mt-nm 

lligMia»4li» 




AimiTIONS • eiMOMLINO 

Faintly reomt, ntw aMItloi^ 
batfiroomt, kttdiant rtmoaaMdf 
carportt. garagt* tncletad for 
mtra Iwe r ee mt , <«c.Vr«t otMS 
drawn fri* ntlm«M On* 
yaar wf men guaraniaa 
ROyM.MRMANCO 



428-0484 



ELBCmiCAL 
CONTRACTOR 
RORETL.MIUJ 



NewaAiOUWaek ^^ 
Eke^lgCgme*- 

S47-«7i2 DlyoeWWrt 



PIFERtmrER 
Ai»nic»»CAirENnY 



FRS ESTIMATES 




MNrtnOIII 

for MMtton^ living tpM 



I 



Up to 5 Ysari to Pay! 



GET ALL TOE EXTRA SPACE YOU NEED WHO^E 
YOU INCREASE TOE VALUE OF YOUR HOME 
TODAY with quality room addltioni and horn* 
lmpiof«ni«nts Khlfvtd tlit fast and eaiy wqr with 
City CMutnicUon't quality enftanaiuhip! 

CITY CONSTRUaidN 

206 We «M. 

2ifh Street 

25 YEARS REUABLE SERVICE IN 
TlPgWAT^RAREA 



PLUMBING 
SERVICE 

Emarganclat & Rapalri 




Free Ettlmatai 

S. L. Spencer 

Plumbing & Heating 
499-7807 



Lawn Mower Repairs 



HMDY .SERVICES 

AlHo 




HS^19 



CARPENTRY 
PAINTING - ROOFING 
SiliM, concrete ridewelka, 
dtivewiyL Alaopnining, 
tieework A duubbery. 
ReeaonaUetecmi;^ 
the hou, by the job. 
497-5181. Eveafa^p. 



Lawn Mower Service 
Bicyde Repiin, Weldi^ 
■nd Omamoital Iron Ral- 
inn. 

VA. BEACH LAWN 
MOWER & WELDING 
428-9029 




GotMommwaar 



J« HOUR ANSWERING 

amvia.^iMfti 



Houasjacklng 



Repair! 



GEORGE POWELL 

CmTRACnNGCORP. 

Minting, axtarlor. Interior, 
roofing, guttering, and 
tiding. Free attimatei. 

S43-379SOC420-SS26 



JLE.BELL 



HoutaiacKing 
Replacing Floor Joittt 
and Sills 

2S Vaart Experience 
Are your fleort thaklngf 
622-1771, 622-aS9« 



Lpckmlthi 



HOME REPAIRS 

I (Ix snytMna No lob too tmall. 
All of our ildlltd, profmilonal 
work It guaranhrad. LIctniad 
•nd bonded Matter Charge. For 
free estlmalM call Jerry 
Bayduth, 635ani.MitiS-lutL 

ALL REPAIRS Ca 



HOME nmiOVEMENTS 

Lumber and building materlali, 
room addftlont, ilorm doon and 
windowft, wall to wall carpet; 
vinyl tiding. Free ettlmatet, 
tarmt. 

KELLAMAEATON.INC 
4274200 



LOCKSMITH (bonded) 

Im^KqrSliop 



2316 Va. 



hU.Dmk 
340-2490 



REPAIRS 

ANY KIND 
SM/UiONLY 
587-2137 



Mntii^ 



Home Rapairt and Improv*- 
mentt of all Types 
Free Ettlmatet, Llcanted 
a Bonded 

OCEAN TILE. INC. 

42M471irM>anfw«tcaa 
428-7934 



COMMEROAL 
AND 

RESIDOmAL 
PAINTING 
FREE ESTIMATES 

587-9750 



UphoMary 



HOME REPAIRS 
ANY TYPE 

Stay tkatlnldH ineed 
FbflMti 



CUPFY REPAIRS 

497<485l 

MainlMaaeeDtat 

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Viigiiiia Beach Board 
Of Realtors To Meet 



■; l%e Virginia Beach BoBrd 
'of Realtors wiU meet on 
Thursday, March 15, 11:30 
a.iB., at the Ocean Hearth 
^Restaurant at Virginia 
•Beach. Guest Speaicers will 
Hm Mr. Alfred W. Wells, 
Regional VI Vice-Presidoit 
^(Virginia Association of 
Itealtors), and Mrs. Jackie 



Sievers, wife of Lt. Comdr. 
L. A. (Tony) Sievers, whose 
topic will be "How a Navy 
Wife who has moved twelve 
times in ten years views the 
Real Estate Business". 
Coclctails will precede 
luncheon. All members are 
urged tb attend this in- 
teresting and informative 
meeting. 



Fomier Virginia Beach Resident 

To Direct Marketing For $15 
Million Oceans Condominium 



^ VIRGINIA BEACH, VA., 
March 7. 1978 - Ap- 
printment of Terence K. 
Bodey as vice-president for 
marketing of Oceans Con- 
iteninUim Corp., developer 
of the 21-story luxury 
Condominium tower and 
beach cluh in Virginia 
IBeach, was announced 
loday. 

- Mr. Bosley will direct all 
.sales and marketing 
-(^rations for the $15 
tnlUion residential en- 
'ten>rise. He joins Oceans 
jif ter five years with Boise- 
Caacade Con>-, as on-site 
ataff salea manager for a 
-major development in 
<)cean aty, Md. 

'. No stranger to Virginia 
Beach, he spent five years 
JnUiearea as vice-president 
]ftf a locally-based security 
tionsulting firm. His 
iieeision to return was 
jphMBpted by the resort 
«ity's "progressive at- 
tttaides toward development 
et a year-round beachfront 
iMidentUl community," he 
said. 

"Virginia Beach 
jwaHiini some of Uie most 
baiiitiful residential sites in 
tfie country. But unlike 
miny oceanfront com- 
flnmities which have 
become over-built and over- 
ge^ated, the city has 
DMintalned an excellent 
taalaiice in ita development 
Its natural beauty, phis its 
laMe permanent population 
aad urban services, unique 
among resort cities, make 
^nrginia Beach an ideal 
location for a service- 
^4aoted residence," Mr. 
Boal^ said. 

A native of Towson, Md, 
Mr. Bosley earned a 
bachelor's degree in 
fwychidogy from the 
Ufltversity of MwylaiMl and 
laa pursued graduate study 
at Georgetown University. 



An avid fisherman and 
sailor , he recently sailed his 
41-foot ketch "Imagine" 
from Florida to Venezuela 
with his wife and three 
children, a seven-month 
adventure. He also served 
on the crew of the charter 
Ashing boat which in 1962 
caught what is believed to 
be the first white marlin 
ever taken off Virginia 
Beach. 



Oceans is a unique luxury 
condominium offering a 
wide range of residences 
from cabana-style studios 
on the beach to plush four- 
bedoom penthouses. The 
first development of its kind 
in Virginia Beach, it will 
irovide a full list of "Park. 
Avenue" services from dog 
walking and plant watering 
to food catering and 
chauffered limousines. The 
complex will al$o house a 
$1.5 million beachfroit club 
with restaurant, lounge, 
swimming pools and 
recreation facilities. 
Construction is scheduled to 
begin in Sq>tember. 



Realtor's Seminar 
Underway 

The Virginia Beach 
Realtor's Seminar started 
March 6, at Princess Anne 
High Schod, with a filled to 
capacity crowd. Presented 
by the Virginia Beach 
Board of Realtors in 
cooperation with the 
Distributive Education 
Service of the Virginia 
beach City Public Schods 
there are six jam-packed 
sessions designed to in- 
troduce to newly licensed 
salesmen and principles 
that will help them biq(in 
their career in Real Estate. 
There are instructors from 
all phases of Real Estate, 
including Financing, Legal 
Aspects, Salesman and 
Client Relationships, etc. 
The Seminar will run 
Tuesday and Thursday 
nights from 7 to 10 p.m. 
through March 22nd. This is 
just one of three comi^ete 
real estate programs of- 
fered by the Virginia Beach 
DE Service. 

Million-Dollar 
Sales Club 

Thirty-two Virginia 
Beach Real Estate 
Salesmen are members of 
the exclusive Million Dollar 
Sales Club of 1972. A joint 
project of the Norfolk and 
Virginia Beach Board of 
Realtors, the awards to 
seventy-four agents from 
Norfolk and Virginia Beach 
were presented at a banquet 
rec«it]y at Norfolk's Scope. 
Ilie awards are made an- 
nually to sales agents 
having sold one-half million 
dollars or moire of real' 
estate during the calendar 
year. 

Mrs. Frances R. Hedge, 
(rf Larasan Realty Corp., 
was selected Virginia 
Beach's "Salesman of The 
Year". Congratulations, 
Virginia Beach Realt(H^, on 
a job well done. 




Food avd 
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Realtors 
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Jimmie Spence said, 
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IS Greener on our side', and 
we give our servlees' all 
we've got by using our 
automated service wUch 
distributes, wiUi precision, 
the finest chemicals and 



Did You See That Orange 
Lawn-A-Mat Machine? 



Yes, we've noticed those 
little tractor-combines 
rolling around Virginia 
Beach, creating quite a bit 
of interest when the Lawn- 
A-Mat operators put the 
machines to work on lawn 
areas fcr home owners and 
commercial establish- 
ments. 

This machine, in one 
sweep, aerates the soil, 
seeds, fertilizes, applies 
insecticides, herbicides and 
fungicides and power rolls 
the soil. 

"That's what amazes all 
the customers and makes 
them watch the operation," 
says Jimmy Spence, the 
Lawn-a-Mat dealer who has 
lived in the Tidewater area 
since 1955. "When the 
customers see all the work 



Sale 



they WON'T have to do, 
they are very en- 
thusiastic!" He went on to 
say, "actually, our machine 
performs a double planting 
of grass and a double ap- 
plication of fertilizer 
because they are both 
distributed on the surface (rf 
the soil by spray, and they 
also are caught in the holes 
made by aeration, followed 
by power rolling which 
protects against loss from 
torrential rains." 

Lawn-a-Mat started in 
KempsviUe but is now 
operating in the whole 
Virginia Beach area, 
Norfolk, Portsmouth and 
Chesapeake. It is a Nation 
wide operation which 
started in 1957 and in the 



seeds rectnnmended tor this 
area, by Turf Authwities, 
ttais saving the home owner 
all the back breaking 
drudgery of laving to do it 
Mmself. Tell them to call 
Lawn-a-Mat if they want to 
play gdf instead of seed and 
fertilize!" 



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Our model up above is assuming the lotus seat, a 
yoga position designed to tielp concentration arxl 
meditation. We hasten to add that Pembroke Courts 
is not a religious retreat. Yoga training is only one 
of a dozen different activities going on in our clut>- 
house every week. It's part of the fun and learning 
program for our residents. (As unusual as our clus- 
ter styling is, one can't stay inside all the tim«). 

People-oriented features like this are an import- 
ant part of what Pembroke Courts offers. You have 
extra privacy t}«cau%i of environmental design and 
sound control construction. K itchens art complete- 
ly equipped. All utilities are irKluded in the rent. 
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SECTION &-PAGE 1-THE SUN-THURSDAY. MARCH 8,J_973 





COACH JIM SERENO LEADS A FAST 
BRKAK downcourt afler taking the 
reb<iaiMl i4t he brards. Unforiuiiately, llM 



donkey has ntu quite gotten liie hang of 
fas break echnique. 



THERE MUST BE A WAY TO GET ON THIS MISERABLE ANIMAL 
laughs Terry Laihrum afler failing lo mount his steed in half a dozen 



a lemp s. Since he rule was thai you had to be sealed on your mount 
xylieii shoo ing. La brum ried and iried again until successful. 



Coaches vs. athletes 




Donkey basketball game at 
Kellam ended with 16 — 16 



SOMETIMES IT'S HARD TO GET YOUR 

OFFENSE MOVING. C<«ch John Cooke 
re»«tr s o more forcrful meana alter 



wicds of encooragemMit felled le get 

donkey in position. 



Probably the largest crowd to 
watch a basketball game this 
season at Kellam turned out last 
Friday night to see members of 
the Kellam High School 
coaching staff meet some of the 
Knight's finest athletes in a 
donkey basketball game. The 



charity tilt sellout crowd saw 
the coaches tie the score in tlie 
closing minute and hang on for 
the 16-16 tie. 

The faculty team was led in 
scoring by the Peccia Brothers, 
"Jumping" Joe and "Dunking" 
Don. Other players on the 



Final wrestling rankings^ 



% pounds: 1. Nowlin, Princess Anne; 2. Davidson, 

Cox; 3. Jackson, Kempsville; 4. Peverall, First 

Colonial. 

105 pounds: 1. Venner, Kellam; 2. Yerkes, Cox; 3. 

Dossett, Bayside; 4. Possage, Princess Anne. 

112 pounds: 1. Felthousen, Cox; 2. Rogers, Princess 

Anne; 3. Garganus, Kempsville; 4. Smith, First 

Colonial. 

119 pounds: 1. Conkwright, Cox; 2. C. Benjumea, 

Princess Anne; 3. Haddox, Bayside; 4. Wernick, 

Kempsville. 

126 pounds: 1. Battalio, Cox; 2. Payne, Kellam; 3. 
Spry, Princess Anne; 4. George, Kempsville. 

132 pounds: 1. HarreU, Cox; 2. J. Benjumea, 

Princess Anne; 3. Storey, Kempsville; 4. Barnes, 

Princess Anne. 

138 pounds: 1. Newbem, Cox; 2. Haynes, Kellam; 3. 

Gr^g, First Colonial; 4. Farmer, Princess Anne, 

and^^randstaff, Kempsvme^ ^ 

145 pounds: 1. Pontes, First Colonial; 2. B^n, 

Kellam; 3. Barbee, Kempsville; 4. Drew, Cox. 

155 pounds: 1. Allen, Princess Anne; 2. Billups, 

Bayside; 3. Themides, First Colonial; 4. Bruso, 

KeUam, and Jordan, Kempsville. 



faculty team were "Grinder" 
Vic Gregor, "Crusher" John 
Cooke, Roy "Amazon" 
Ammons, Jim "Smasher" 
Serene, Wayne Sykes, and 
George Owens. 

The athletes top scorer was 
Gene Bunn, who, after he finally 

Decoy carving 



Jobs for 
seniors 

Virginia hi^ school seniws 
who i^an to pursue careers in 
tl» natural resource field may 
a^ly fw summer jote with 
federal resource agencies. To 
be eligible, senior boys and girls 
must be 18 by June 15th and be 
willing to accept assignment 
anywhere in the United Stat«. 
For apidications, write to IWLA 
Snnmer Employment 
Program, P.O. Box 11104, Rich- 
mood, Vii^nia, ^230. 



contest nears 

The Annual Decoy Carving 
Contest will be held Saturday 
and Sunday, March 17th and 
18th, at Chincoteague National 
Wildlife Refuge on Assateague 
Island. Highlight of the cwitest 
will be the Hand Tool Division, 
which perpetuates the ancient 
art of making hunting decoys 
with simple tools. 

Contestants will enter decoys 
made from band-sawed heads 
and bodies and completed with 
hand tools. Then each must 
make a mate on the spot using 
the same techniques. The 
carving and painting must be 
done in a six-hour span. 

In the Painting Division, 
decoy enthusiasts who can't 
whittle but like to paint have 
their chance. The refuge will 
{H-ovicte a block, and contestents 
will have one hour to paint from 
-memory^-a^ scaup drake^n 
mnler irfUmage. ~~ 

Applications for entries may 
be obtained by writing Refuge 
Manager, Chincoteague 
Wildlife Refuge, P.O. Box 62, 
Chinccrteague, Virginia, 23336. 

The contest is open to the 
pubic. The contest (^ers a 
unique importunity to watch 
iractitioners of a vanishing art 
form do their thii^. 



learned how to shoot from a 
donkey, parked his mount under 
the basket and layed in a few 
setups. Casey Millard, Jay 
Payne, Terry Lathrum, Andy 
"Hershey, Tony Davis, Sonny 
Blackmon. and Tim Terry were 
also on the student team. 

The donkeys were given 
names by the promoters to 
coincide with their per- 
sonalities, with one exception. 
TTie^Yceptitm wa* Phyliis^ 
Diller, a donkey no doubt 
named for its appearance. The 
other donkeys were ap- 
propriately named LBJ, Elvis, 
Cassius Clay, Sad Sack, 
Sputnik, Earthquake, and 
Mighty Mouse. One lazy liana 
even got into the game. 




Shamrock Day races 
planned by Rotarians 



NOBODY EXCEPT COACH DOFWIE PRECaA CAN 
(JET OFF A SHOT WHILE SITTING DOWN ON A SIT- 
TINC; DOWN LLAMA. The lone llama In the donkey 

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baske ball game seemed cotally unconcerned with the 
ac ion around him as he refused to get up for nearly half a 
quar er. Tim Terry is a i templing to block the shot. 



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The Virginia Beach Rotary 
Club, in cooperation with the 
Tidewater Striders, will sponsor 
a Shamrock Marathon and 
other running events March 17, 
St. Patricks Day. 

The day will start at 10 a.m. 
with a Marathon covering 26 
miles, 385 yards, beginning at 
the Norwegian Lady at 25th 
Streeti, extending' along the 
iwjaf^walk, through Ihe* 
Seashore State Park' nature 
trails and ending back at the 
Norwegian Lady. The race is 
open to all age groups. 

There will also be a one mile 
"Run for Your Life" race open 
to all at 10:30 a.m.; a two mile 
race open to all at 10:45 a.m.; a 
six mile race for all ages at 
11:15 a.m.; and another one 



mile "Run for Your Life 
race tar Rotarians only at noon. 

All runners are requested to 
check in by 9 a.m. at the Dome, 
Pacific Ave. and 20th St., where 
they will be registered and 
given a green tee-shirt. 

Those who register prior to 
the event will be required to pay 
a $3 entry fee. The fee on March 
I 17 will be $3,50t>John P. Keary, 
Pd. Box 303. Virginia Beach 
23458^ mayjje contacted for 

details. 

Meeting set | 

The iwxt regular meeting of S 

the City Recreation Com- -jj: 

mission will be held on Wed- §: 

nesday. March 14th, at 3 p.m. in g 

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SECTION_B-PAGE 2-THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 8. 1973 

Mike Ange ends season 
with top points, average 

Princess Anne High School's Mike Ange finished 
his senior year leading all Virginia Beach players 
in both total points and most-points-per-game. The 
big 6'7" center scored 520 points in his 21 games for 
a 24.76 points-per-game average. His most 
productive night saw him dump in 35 tallies. 

Following is a list of Beach cage players and 
ttieir total points for the season. Also, the t(^ dozen 
scorii^ averages are given below. 

Player School Points . . . Games . . . High 



Mike Ange 
Elton Gross 
Randy Robinson 
Jimmy Roberts 
Jim Goffigan 
Brooks Williams 
George Purdin 
BrittGlisson 
Speedy Gainer 
John Paden 
Bert Lewis 
Tony Davis 
Steve Strausbaugh 
Vernon Hyman 
Qeveland Spellman 
Sonny Blackmon 
Dave Swingle 
Steve Butts 
Jim Perkins 
Mike Jewell 
Perry Hill 
Billy Ittner 
DougBenham 
DonnieDugger 
Bill Harris 
DonHar 
Cecil Duke 
Ken Bazemore 
MikeCowell 
Mikel^rrech 
Doug Boone 
Curtis Strange 
Terry Tyler 
Richard Tucker 
Sterling Johnson 
Ricky Fletcher 
Bobby Traino 
Tom Callan 



P. Anne 
Bayside 
Cox 
Kemps ville 
Bayside 
Cox 
P.Anne 
Kemps ville 
F. Colonial 
P.Anne 
F. Colonial 
Kellam 
Kellam 
Bayside 
F. Colonial 
Kellam 
Cox 
F. Colonial 
Kellam 
Cox 
Cox 
Cox 
KeUam 
Bayside 
F. Col(mial 
Bayside .-,^... 
Bayside 
Kellam 



F. Colonial 
Kempsville 
Kempsville 
P. Anne 
Kellam 
P. Anne 
F. Colonial 
Bayside 
Kempsville 
P.Anne 



520 
400 
389 
388 
393 
294 
288 
275 
275 
231 
220 
215 
180 
179 
173 
173 
165 
158 
155 
151 
136 
130 
124 
122 
110 
104 

95 
94 
92 
91 
87 
87 
86 
85 
83 
75 
73 
68 



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21 

21 

21 

16 

19 

21 

13 

19 

19 

21 

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21 

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17 

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21 

19 

18 

19 



35 
27 
26 
26 
32 
23 
22 
32 
25 
18 
26 
26 
24 
24 
18 
19 
15 
18 
18 
18 
19 
12 
15 
18 
15 



20 
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20 
20 
13 
20 
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21 
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21 
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14 
17 
12 
14 
15 
20 
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THE 



HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 
in the Virginia Beach Girls' Gymnastics 



PRINCESS ANNE 
TEAM finished second 
\L League. Varsity members are (lop row. left lo right) Sue Norton. 

J^ Linda Creasy. Linda Crovaii,( middle row) Cindy Malvin. Marina 

10 
8 
8 



Benjumea.Cindy Parsons, Janet Crovatt, (bottom row) Nan Dick, and 
Nancy Roberts. Elaine HoUey and Candee Liskey were absent when 
earn pho o was ;aken. 



In girk' gymnastics 



Kempsville 
PonyrColt _ 
registration 

Registration for the Kemps- 
ville Pony-Colt League will bt 
held at the Pony-Ck>lt Fi«ld on 
Saturday and Sunday, March 
mh and llth. between 2 and 4 
p.m. The field is located (^ 
posite Kemps Landing 
Elementary School. 

Boys residing in the Kemps- 
ville Borough between the ages 
of 13 and 16 are eligible for play 
in the Pony-Ck)It League. Some 
proof of age should be brougU 
to registration. 

John O'Hara heads the new 
officers for the League's 1978 
season. Serving with president 
O'Hara are Frank Latham, Colt 
vice-president, Chris Walck, 
treasurer-secretary, John 
Herrin, player agent, and 
Charlie Sekula, concession 
manager. 

Lynnhaven 

Bronco 
registration 

Final registration will be held 
for the Lynnhaven Bronco 
League on Saturday, March 
10th, from 9:30 a.m. to 12 Noon, 
and on Sunday, March llth, at 1 
p.m. on Trant Memorial Field. 
Trant Field is located next to 
King's Grant EJementary 
School. 

Boys eight through twelve 
may register. Try outs will be 
held at the above times for 10, 
11, and 12 year-olds. Call 
League President Bob Simpson 
at 340-9611 for more details. " 



Robert Hughes 
Sam Baker 
Mike Crabtree 
Ricky Bliese 
Dave Harrison 
Oliver Mayf ield 
Junior Gilliam 
AndyHershey 
Joe Osborne 
Mike Redus 
Mike Brock 
Tommy Foskey 
Marvin Green 
Kevin Smith 

Bobby Zinno 

John Gilchrist 
Johnny Richards 
Ross Pate 
Charles Langley 
BobChannon 
Hm Daily 
Frank Hollex 
D(m Weeks 
David Ferebee 
Mark Butts 
Bill Owens 

AllenPrice 

Ritchie Gruber 
James Edwards 
Kim Brown 
Craig Wiesner 
Robbie Robinson 
Steve Kazansky 
John Galloway 
Mike Casey 
LeonHaynes 



P. Anne 
Kellam 
Kempsville 
Kempsville 
Cox 
Kempsville 
Kempsville 
Kellam 
Bayside 
Kellam 
Kempsville 
Bayside 
F. Colonial 
Kempsville 
P.Anne — 
Kempsville 

Cox 
P.Anne 
Kempsville 
F. Colonial 
P.Anne 
P. Anne 



68 19 15 
56 14 12 
53 20 — IT 



50 13 
47 18 



14 
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46 18 7 

37 6 14 

36 12 

36 18 

34 15 



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The Princess Anne High 
School girls' gymnastics team 
finished second in the Virginia 
Beach Girls' Gymnastics 
League this year with a very 
line 4-1 record. Theu" only loss- 



was to league-winner Kemps- 
ville, which finished with a 
perfect 5-0 mark. The Princess 
Anne loss to Kempsville was by 
less than a point, 55.55-54.64, but 



Beach Borough Little 
League to 



Tlie. 



Kempsville 

F. Colonial 
F. Colonial 
F. Colonial 
Kempsville 



12 10 

12 7 

12 10 

12 4 



P.Anne 
Bayside 

Kellam 
Bayside 
F. Colonial 
Cox 

F. Colonial 

P.Anne 

Bayside 



9 5 
9 12 



8 

7 
7 
7 
6 
6 
4 



9 

7 
7 
9 
5 
5 
7 



5 
4 
4 
4 
6 
4 
2 
5 
5 
4 
2 
2 
2 
2 



-Virginia Beach Little 
League will hold its annual 
tryouts and registration at the 
Virginia Beach Little League 
Field on Harpers Road on 
Saturday, March lOth and 17th. 
This will be the last chance for 
boys to register, and prooTof 
age must be furnished. 

Boys ages 12 and 15 will try- 
out between 9 and 10 a.m. 14 and 
11 year-olds will try-out be- 
tween 10 a.m. and 12 Noon. 13 
year-olds will have try-outs 
between 1:30 and 3 p.m. All 10 
year^Ms must try-out between 
1 and 3 p.m., and tryouts for 9 



year-olds will be between 3 and 
4:30 p.m. 

Eight year old boys will not 
have to try-out since they will be 
placed on farm teams. Satur- 
day, March 24th, has been set as 
the rain date if one of the next 
two Saturday registrations-is 
rained out. 

There are still openings for 
coaches, managers, umpires, 
groundkeepers, and women's 
auxiliary. For information about 
these openings, contact 
president B.R. Hembree at 4ffi- 
5441 or auxiliary chairman Mrs. 
Geraldine Knapp at 428-1681. 



it was the difference in the final 
standings. 

Princess Anne will host the 
regionals in girls' gymnastics 
competition this weekend. 
Starting Saturday, March 10th, 
--at^ a.m. in4he Cavalier field 
house, the regionals will 
determine berths for the State 
Meet a week later. 

Seventeen schools have en- 
tered the regionals. 156 gym- 
nasts from the following schools 
will be competing: Princess 
Anne, Bayside, Cox, Kemps- 
ville, Kellam, First Colonial, 
Denbigh, Hampton, Ferguson, 
Kecoughtan, Menchville, 
Pembroke, Warwick, York, 
Churchland, Manor, and 
-Wilson. 

Gymnasts will participate in 
one of the two categories - 
beginner or general. The top 
three finishers in each of the 
general events will win a berth 
in the State Meet, to be held on 
Saturday, *March 17th, at 
Fairfax's Woodson High School. 
The top three finishers in both 



categories will receive regional 
medals. 

Admission to the Fifth Annual 
Eastern Regional Gymnastics 
Meet will be one dollar per 
person. The Meet is expected to 
last from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. 

Virginia Beach schools should 
do very well in the regionals, 
according to one of our local 
coaches. It appears that the 
Beach schools are stronger 
overall and will have more girls 
in the general category than 
any other district. This should 
result in the Beach schools 
winning most of the State Meet 
berths. 

The Princess Anne girls have 
been led this year by Nan Dick 
and Linda Creasy. Nan has 
scored 104.75 points in her five 
meets for a 20.95 average. Linda 
has earned 86.80 points for a 
17.36 average. 

Princess Anne averaged 59.58 
points per meet to their op- 
ponent's 49.04. 



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BAYSIDE HIGH 

Pater Puffs 14. Cdtlcs 21 
Belles 15, Mermaids 25 
Chicks 18, Blue An^ 10 
Gypsies 15, Super Star 19 
Patriots 30, Squirettes 12 

KEMPSVILLE JUNIOR 

Swingers 26. Jets 7 
Lady Bugs 5, Bumble Bees 18 
Country Cqusins 29, Blue Jays 13 
Patriots 10. Larks 16 
Ringera 15. Royals 10 

ALANTON 

Rams 39, Squires 21 
Rams "A" 48, Airedales 17 
Celtics 24, Rams I S2 
Bulldogs 1A, Wildcats 33 
Mariners 21, &irfers 28 

BIKK)KWOOD 

Squires 53, Hawks 16 
Knights 54. Demons IS 
Bullets 29. Celtics 28 
Cardinals 20, Cavaliers 22 
HOLLAND 

Bullets (Creeds) 20, Bniins 37 
C(miet8 20, Vikii«s 42 
Rams 29, Falcmn 24 
Bullets (Thalia) 21, Ea^29 
NEWTOWN 



Aragona A-P 50, Lakers (Shelton Park) 3 
Liakers (Thorou^good) 32, Dol|Ains 4 
Iron Dukes 32. Lions 27 
Bulls 24, Suns 25 

POINT O'VIEW 

Larks III 28, Larks I 27 
Cardinals 43. Bullets 26 
Rams 18, Warriors 33 
Squires 18, Pacers 12 

UNION KEMPSVILLE 

Squires 18, Hawks 39 
Braves 40, Iron Dukes 45 
Spiders 51, Shelton Park S-P 27 
Bucks 56, Blue Devils 43 
Spartfflis 25, Lions 24 

BAYSIDE JUNIOR 

« 

Royals 53, Tar Heels 48 
Larks (Larkspur) 22, Spartans 57 
Squires 22, Lakers (D.S.) «3 
Bucks 49, Lakers (Arrowhead) 60 
Wildcats 31, Celtics 68 
Chiefs 48, Pacer 38 

FIRST COLONIAL 

Bullets 61, Hawks 47 
Squires 40, Falcons 73 
Lakers 66. Tigers 50 
Trojans 64, Chesapeake Bees « 
Celtics 43, Hornets 58 
Chiefs 44, Warriors 43 

KEMPSVILLE HIGH 

Bullets 25, Squires 27 
Blue Devils 38, Panthers 31 
Monarchs 31, Braves 20 
Lakers 16, Ducks 24 
Trail Blazers 30, Chiefs 22 

KEMPS LANDING 



WINDSOR OAKS COX , 

, Mariners 40, Rams 48 
Kl^tS (Aragona) 46, Royals 16 Jets 48. Barons 52 
Rams 29. Kn^ts (Courthouse) 32 Bulldogs 19. Ukers 54 
Squires 13, LAors 76 Squires IK. Lions 34 

Midget Division winners 



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John Herbert Tietjan 



Mrs. John Herbert Tietjen 



Carol Ann Bidwrd became 
the bride of J<rtm Herbert 
Tietjen on March 6 at I p.m. In a 
nuptial mass at St. Gregory the 
Great Catholic Church with 
Father Alfred Grotiinger 
officiating. 

The bride is the daii^ter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Yvon J. Richard 
of Virginia . Beach. The 
bridegroom is the sen of Mr. 
and Mrs. Herbert J. Tietjen of 
Virginia Beach. 

The bride was given away by 
her father, he wore a white 
empire fitted gown of chantUly 
lace over satin. Her gfyvn was 
accented with ftill sleevQB of 
chantHly lace clasped and 
gathered at Uie wrists. Matdi- 
ing gathers surrounded the 
slight scooped neckUoe. A pand 
of lace over satin was attached 
to the back of the fltted bodu;e 
and fell to the hemline. Her 
headpiece of chantilly lace and 
lily of the vall^ with shoiUder- 
length illusion veil was ac- 
cented with a V-shaped crystal 
center with an aurora boreaUs 
crystal centering her forehead.^ 
She carried a cascade of white 
roses. 

Kathleen Richard, sister of 



the bride, served as maid «rf 
honor. She wore a lavender 
gown of organza over satin with 
rfiort puffed sleeves bordered 
with white chantilly lace. The 
high neckline was accented with 
chantilly lace overlay. She 
carried a bouquet of carnationa 
and sweetheart roses. 

L«Ty Mondrella and Debbie 
Krohn d Virginia Beach served 
as bridesmaids. Their gowns 
were identical to the honor 
attendant's in a shade of pale 

blue. 

Robert H. Tietjen served as 
his brother's best man. Ushers 
were Eric J. Tietjen; brother of 
the groom, and Robert P. 
Richard, brother of the bri(te. 

A reception was held at the 
Little Creek Amphibious Base 
Club. 

The bride is a graduate of 
Bayside High School. Prior to 
her marriage, she was. a 
secretary for MM. Gunter and 
Son, Inc. 

The groom is a graduate of 
Princess Anne High School and 
is in the U.S. Air Force. 

The couple will reside ia 
Florida. 



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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1?5_» 



Rosemary Blum engaged 
to Thomas W. Smith III 




Rosemary Blum 



* Mr. and Mrs. Frederic G. 
Blum of Rochester, N.V., an- 
nounce the engagement of their 

i daughter, Rosemary Blum, to 
Thomas W, Smith III of 
McLean. Va., son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Thomas W Smith Jr. of 
Virginia Beach 

The bride-to-be is a graduate 
_ of Seton Hill College, Green- 
burg, Pa., and is currently 
teaching with the Montgomery 
County Public Schools, 
Maryland. 

Her fiancee is a graduate of 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
and is employed by Chase, 
Rosen and Wallace of 
■Alexandria as a systems 
analyst. 

A May 19 wedding is planned. 





Karen Terese Dale will 
wed James Morton Graves 



HANDS PROJECT - BlrdnecU Point Garden Club took 
$•$00 fr(.m he proceeds of a February dessert-bridge and 
gaveil ioOralLamberi.Dlreciorof General^rv ces of the 
Cliy for beauancaiion of .he parking lot and Information 
Cen er a. ht Cape Henry Lighthouse. In the photo Mrs. 
.IA. Eady, club president, gives him ihecheck. Looking o„ 

are Mrs. A.K. Earnest. »««»»«'^-^^,^^-!^^^^ 
publicity: Mrs. J.R. Braun, chairman of HANDS project. 
Some 90 plama and live oak trees have been planted. 




Karen Terese Dale 



Mr. and Mrs. Warren J. Dale 
of Virginia Beach announce the 
engagement of their dau^ter, 
Karen Terese Dale, to James 
Mwton Graves III, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Emmett R. Graves (rf 
Richmond. 

The bride-to-be is a graduate 
of Longwood College where she 
was a member of Delta Zeta 
Sororityr She is currently "i 
student teacher at Lu c y A d- 
dison High School in Roanoke. 

Her fiancee is a graduate <rf 
Hampden-Sydney College 
where he was a member of 
Sigjna Chi fraternity. He is 
presently employed by the 
American T(*acto Co. in Rich- 
mond. 

A June 16 wedding is planned. 



Cat show to be held 



The Feline Alliance of 
Tidewater will hold its first 
annual Quadruple Cham- 
{HMuliipCat Show on Saturday, 
March 10, and Sunday, March 
11, at the Lafayette Yadit Club, 
C57 Granby Street, Norfdk. 

The Feline Alliance of 
Tidewater is a non-profit 
organization chartered by the 
American Cat Fanciers 
AMOciation. Memb^s are from 
Uie ent re Tidewater area, 



including Virginia Beach. 

The show will be held from 10 
a.m. - 6 p.m. on both days. 
Judging will continue 
throu^out both days. Cats on 
display will Include registered 
animals and household pets. 

The show will benefit the 
SPCA and the American Cat 
Fanciers Association Research 
Fund. 

Admission is$l for at'ults and 
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AMIRICAN iUSIMBti WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION 

The Virfllnl. Btach Chapter. Amerlcn Bu»ine*|go^^l 
tsoctatlon, will hold Its Handot Friendship Enrollrnent fevwr 

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Association, will hold Its Hand of Friendship w. , , 

on March 18 at Atlantic Permanent Savings ana u ^ 
Association BulldinB on Independence Blvd. The eveni 
faature a program on "Faablon AWBA Style. 



COUN^n. OF GAROeN CLUBS { 

The reoular meeting of the Council of Garden Clubs |f 
Virginia Beach, inc., will be held March 15 'l^-^^..?.^.A\ 
Thalia united Methodist Church. The program will be Hano^ 
How, Where, Why." I 

HOUSTON BOYS' CLUB } 

The Houston Boys' Club, S401 Aiaiea Garden RoajJ' '» 
currently offering a Junior LIfesaving course, through Apri/, 
for boys 11 to 14. Classes meet Monday and Thursday at « is 
p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m. with qualified Red CrossJwsK 
Safety Aid instructors. Additional information may be obtaifw 
by calling the club at IS5-890I. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Colie Livingston Dyson. Jr. smile happily at 
he recep Ion in heir honor. 

Marriage announced 



The CINCLANT Officers' Wives Club will meet March 1 1 
11 a.m. etthe Breezy Point Officers Club, NAB Adm. R"'P^- 
Cousins will speak on "Mission of the Atlantic Command, for 
reservations, contact Mrs. Michael T. Neale. 

ICEUAMHUiH BAND PARENTS 

The general meeting of the Kellam High School BJnd 
Parents Assoclatiw wHI be held Thursday, March 8, at 8 p/n. 
at the school. '' 



KINGSTON GARDEN CLUB 

The Kingston Garden Club recently held a workshop fonts 
ri-ew members for exhibiting artistic arrangements and iwr- 
ticuihjre according to the club's rules at the home of M s. 
Norman Perry. The regular meeting was held at 'ne Kini s 
Grant Presbyterian Church with Mrs. W. Anthony Bro^jn, 
president, presiding. Mrs. Irvin Davis and Mrs. James Burjer 
served as hostesses. Mrs. Phelps Hobart spoke on orgaftic 
gardening. Mrs. William Brush won a blue ribbon and W^^ 
Dav!d Harwell a gold for artistic arrangements. Mi -,. aimti 
Cratch won a gold for horticulture and Mrs. James Brown vijon 
three gold ribbons. The club announced plans for a spring tufo- 
raising bazaar to raise money to beautify the median smp 
along King's Grant Road. 



Mr. and Mrs. William Hatch 
Phillips of Virginia Beach 
announce the marriage of their 
daughter, Jean Ridgway Cox 
Phillips, to Colie Livingston 
Dyson, Jr., on August 29 in 
Elizabeth City, N.C. 

The bride is the grand- 
daughter of the late Mr. and 
Mrs. William Wiginton Cox and 



the late Dr. and Mrs. Henry 
Woodfin Phillips, all of Norfolk. 

The bridegroom is the son of 
Mrs Colie Livingston Dyson 
and the late Mr. Dyson of 
Columbia, S.C. . . 

The announcement of tne 
marriage was made at a 
reception held at the home of 
the bride on February 17. 






Mrs. J.E. S oa: (righO and Mrs. G.E. H-ghe" 7"»J*^^^ 
and second place in .he recent annual speech contest o^ the 
ClZs TLstmistress Club. Mrs. Stout mil compete In 
heT«»as misiress Council cwnesrm April: 

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H. DeFord Jr. a Mfetteie membership in the 
Vir0nia Cmgress of Parenis and Teachers. 
DeFord is chairman of the School Board and was 
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SECTION B-PAGE 7-THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1973 




It's the Greatest ^^^ *^ discuss science museum 



Show on Earth! 



An all-new edition of the 
Greatest Show on E^rth comes 
to Norfolk Scope on Tuesday, 
March 20, with performances 
through Sunday, March 25. 

The I03rd edition of the 
Ringling Bros, and Barnum & 
Bailey Circus is headlined by 
Gunther Gebel-Williams wild 
animal trainer. 

Four other circus stars join in 
making their worldwide debuts. 
They are the death-defying 
Tsekovi Troupe from Bulgaria, 
Switzerland's sky-high duo the 
Nock Brothers, Europe's 
trapeze artists the Jupiters and 



America's airborne acrobats 
the Vickels. 

The circus featurss five new 
spectacles this year. "Fanfare" 
is the opening featuring the 
entire cast. "The Eagle Calls" 
is a tribute to the American 
Indian. "Once Upon a Circus" 
provides a journey through the 
circus wonderland for two 
youngsters chosen from the 
audience. "2002: An Elephant 
Odyssey" features Gunther 
Gebel-Williams presiding over 
three herds of performing 
elephants. "And the Beat Goes 
On" is a timely finale to the 
103rd edition. 



Gun her Gebel-Williams controls a huge 
cageful (»f deadly ligers during ihe 
Ringling Bros, and Barnum & Bailey 



Circus, opening a. Norfolk Scope on 
March 20. 



Navy Show Band/East in concert 



Local Boys Choir named 
\o American federation 



The Navy Show Band-East 
and the Navy's newest en- 
tertainment unit, the Rogues of 
Country Music, will present 
their Eighth Annual Family 
Day Concert at the Naval 
Amphibious Base Theatre on 
March 11 at 3:00 p.m. 

Under the direction of "Chief 
Warrant OfRcer John D. Fluck, 
the bands will perform music 
for all tastes, from pop and 
Country, to rock, swing, and 
latin. Featured will be the Love 
Theme from "The Godfather," 
"and a tribute to" the group" 
Chicago. Mso included in the 
program will • be "Swanee," 
"Maleguena," "Girl from 
Ipanema," and the country hits 
"Working Man's Blues," 
"I/)di." and "Lonely Woman." 

The concert is free and open 
to the public. 

Library films 

Films scheduled for children 
at the Virginia Beach public 
libraries this Saturday are: 

Virgiiite Beach Branch, 11 
..ajn. - "It's not Cricket." "Time 
of Wonder" and "Unicorn in the 
Garden." 

Windsor Woods Branch, 2 

p.m. - "Haunted Mill," 

■'Curious George Rides a Bike," 

"Casey at the Bat," and "Wheel 

on the Chimney." 




The Virginia Boys Choir, 
directed by Edward L. Laskin, 
has accepted an invitation for 
charter membership in the 
American Boys Choir 
Federation, an association of 
boys choirs in the Western 
Hemisphere which serves as the 
regional affiliate of the Inter- 
national Federation of Boys 
Choirs. 

Membership in the American 

Guernsey to 



federation entitles the local 
choir to membership in the 
international federation after a 
period of one year. 

The Virginia Boys Choir 
contains members from the 
four Tidewater cities. Over half 
the members are from Virginia 
Beach. The choir's rehearsal 
center is LeKies United 
Methodist Church, Virginia 
Beach. 



The Tidewater Shell and 
Fowil Qub invites represen- 
tatives from nature, historical, 
education, cultural and civic 
organizations to a special 
meeting March 10 at 1:30 p.m. 
in the Village Playhouse to 
discuss the feasibility of 
opening a natural science 
museum in the Tidewater area. 

The Village Playhouse is 
housed in the College Park 
Information Center, 6226 
Providence Road. 

Guests ^ expected at the 
meeting include Or. Paul 
Knappenberger, acting director 
of the Science Museum of 
Virginia; Col. Howard McCord, 
of the State Museum Com- 
mission, and William E. Old Jr., 
of the American Museum of 
Natural History, New York. 

Additional information may 
be obtained by calling Wylda 
Stephens at 499-1073. 



*Sleuth' set for 
Chrysler HaD 

"Sleuth," the 1971 Tony 
Award winner as the season's 
best play on Broadway is to be 
brought to the Chrysler Theatre 
by a New York-originated 
company for three per- 
formances in March 9 and 10. 

George Rose and David 
Haviland are the two out- 
standing stars heading 
the cast. 



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Members of the Navy Show Band-East and the 
Rotjues of Country Music discuss a new 
arrangement for the upcoming Annual Family Day 
Concert at the Naval Amphibious Base Theatre 
(Little Creek) on March U. Seated is Richard 
--howpaacc. stee l guitarist for the Rogues.' Standing 
left to right are Butch Fox, bass guitarist for the 
Rogues: John D. Fluck, director of the Show Band, 
and Tex Waldron. Show Band trombonist. 

'Busybody' in rehearsal 



Rehearsals are now in 
session for the Little Theatre of 
Virginia Beach production of 
"Busybody," directed by 

ii€hi-yv€lyT — — ~ 



Bruce H. Guernsey, poet-in- 
residence at Virginia Wesleyan 
College, will read selections of 
his work at Western Maryland 
College on Thursday, March 8. 

Guernsey was also invited to 
read at the annual Festival of 
the Arts at George Mason 
, University, Fairfax, on March 
6, and at Goucher College, 
Baltimore, on March 5. 




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K. James Crouch Jr. of People's Bank, treasurer of 
"Cavaliers for Vienna," receives a check for $100 
from Mrs. Louise Frizzell, president, Virginia 
Beach Extension Homemaker's Council. The 
Princess Anne High School Cavaliers band is 
currently raising money to attend an international 
band conference this summer in Vienna. 



The play is a comedy-mystery 
in three acts written by Jack 
Popplewell. It will open on 
Friday, March 30, to run on 
weekends during the mmth of 
April. 

Cast members are Suzanne 
McDaniel as Mrs. Piper, Ian 
Goodwin as Richard Marshall, 
Alan Barber as Detective 
Constable Goddard, Dave Lang 
as Detective Superintendent 
Baxter, Clavon Swertfeger as 
Claire Marshall, Lorane Leavy 
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SECTION B--PAGE 8-THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 8. 1973 

'Victory gardens' aid costs 



■yJ.R.SnFFLER 
Just Uft week, SecreUry of 
Labor Peter J. Brennan 
suggeated that "victory gar- 
dens" would hdp drive down 
high food prices and said he 
idanned to advise his wife to 
start one at their Long Island 
bone. 

^Hctory gardens were first 
grown in World War II to 
aupnent the domestic food 
supply. With prices what they 
are hi s^Mrmarkets today— 
and little hope of them coming 
down, 1973 is an ideal time to 
plant your own victory 
vegetable garden. Most 
vegetatdes are so easy to raise 
in Virginia Beach,, you may 
have been growing them for 
years. If you haven't or you're 
in a new home, plan a plot at 
least 10' X 12' to grow your own 
vegetaUes this summer. 

Here's one reason v^etable 
prices are up: toUl vegetable 
output in 1972 was the same as 
the year before and only l per 
cent larger than in 1967. This is 
why vegetable prices have 
risen, says the U.S. Department 



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of Agriculture. . During 
December 1972 and January 
1973, fresh vegetables prices 
were 55 per cent higher than the 
19«7 average. PbUtoes, sweet 
potatoes and dry beans were up 
38 per cent. 

The winter vegetable crop in 
the s(Hith is down 4 per cent this 
year, primarily due to reduced 
acreage of tomatoes and sweet 
com— two of our most popular 
vegetables. This means higher 
prices before spring. 

Right here at home, Virginia 
Tech has said "home gardening 
is big business." A recent 
survey reveals there are about 
85 million home gardeners in 
the United States, with the 
building of new homes adding 
about 1 million new gardeners 
each year. 

The recent trend in gardening 
is toward more vegetables and 
fruit, says VPI. With the recent 
increase in the price of food, 
home grown vegetables and 
fruit help reduce cost. Easy and 
quick avaUaMlity of vegetables 
from the garden also cuts down 
shopping time. Vegetables and 
fruit from the home garden may 
be harvested at the peak of 
maturity, so they taste better 
and are more nourishins. 
Another important advantage, 
says VPI, is that you may select 
varieties that you prefer and 
which may not be available on 
the local market. Ybung 
married couples are planting 
larger gardens to help stretch 
tight budgets. Gardening is a 
hobby they can ertjoy together 
at a lower cost than many other 
recreational activities. 

Best of ail, VPI says that 
vegetables grown in the 
average garden have a value of 
a least llSO per year. 

Now if you're convinced to 
have a home vegetable garden 
this year, what do you do first. 
Vegetable plants can be put in 
areas that are difficult to mow 
or maintain. Be sure it's a 
sunny spot. Vegetables must 
have full sun to do well. 
Just one square yard is 
enough area to grow a 
squash plant cr the border 
you've lt>een using for 
row of lettuce. 

Take a few minutes and 
survey your yard and check out 
some unused area for a mini- 
garden. It will surprise you the 
amount of money this little 
voiture can save. 

It's easy to grow tomatoes, 
cucumbers, radishes and a few 
papers. Along the sunny side of 
your house or garage is an 
excellent place to put a half 
doten tomato plants. They can 
be trained with wire or a heavy 
cord on^a trellis structure. This 
is an efficient way of growing 
tomatoes for its keeps them off 
the ground. Or if you have a 
fence along any of your 
property, you can train 
tomatoes or cucumbers to grow 
on the foice. You could even 



plant pole beans-either snap (ht 
climbing lima— along the fence. 

Onions, lettuce, radishes and 
cabbage can be planted right in 
with a flowerbed or beside the 
back steps of your home. 
In Virginia Beach, you can now 
sow in the open ground the 
following vegetables:— carrots, 
beets, onion sets, Irish potatoes, 
radish, early pease, spinach, 
turnips. Also cabbage, 
cauliflower, lettuce. 

Do not plant sweetcorn, 
tomatoes, cucmbers or beans 
until all danger of frost has 
passed— next month is early 
enough. 

It is recommended that these 
vegetables be put in the garden 
as plants— either started in peat 
pots in your home— or pur- 
chased at your favorite garden 
center:— tomatoes, cabbage, 

papers. 

Now is also a good time to 
plant a^Miragus roots; buy 
them from your garden center. 
You could also try some 
rhubarb although it usuallv 
does not grow well in Vh-ginia 
Beach. Neither do carrots for 
thai matter. 

TWO IMPORTANT THINGS 
TO DO: Vegetables require the 
proper soil pH— so take a 
sample of the soil you want to 
use for vegetables to the 
Virginia Truck Experiment 
Station to see if you need lime. 
Be sure to lime the area 
properly if needed. Elsewhere 
on this page, we mention using 
wood ashes around flowers; on 
the vegetable garden is also a 
good place to put your wood 
ashes. 

(2) Vegetables require 
adequate fertilizer. Work a good 
supply of 8-8-8 Plant Food 
Pellets into the soil before 
planting; then follow the 
directions on the bag for the 
remainder of the season. 

Try some of the new All 
American varieties of. 
vegetables:— the Aristocrat 
zucchini squash shown 
elsewhere on this page; the new 
Patio Pik cucumber that supply 
all sizes from gherkins to slicers 
later. 




On6 of he benefils of a Virginia Beach Victory Vegetable 
Garden in 1973 can be home-canned vegetables like this. 
These par icular vegetables were grown and canned by 
R<ise Anne CiHik, contribuiing editor for Belter Homes and 
Gardens magazine. If you'd like any of (he recipes, please 
write The Sun. 

Questions & Answers 



QUESTION:— I am disap- 
pointed because my dogwood 
blooms only sparingly each 
year. As a result, there are only 
a few red fruits. Can this be 
corrected?— James J., London 
Bridge. 

ANSWER: — Dogwoods 
sometime fail to bloom or have 
only spotty blooms due to lack 
of sunlight or when growth is too 
rapid. Often this can be over- 
come by giving the dogwood 
more light by triming the trees 
overhead. Don't expect too 
many blossoms from young 
dogwood trees, especially when 
they are growing rapidly. 



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fireplace and use them around 
bulbs, roses, peonies or iris. 
They contain a small amount of 
plant food, but are an excellent 
soil conditioner. Always use 
your wood ashes on your lawn 
or around your plants as a soil 
conditioner. 

+Prune your roses before new 

growth starts. Prune them back 
to 12 or 15 inches. Remember 
that roses bloom on new growth 
only. Remove all dead wood, 
creased or weak canes. Using a 
pruning paint or sealing wax to 
seal the ends of the lar^e canes 
to protect them from borers. 
Someone recently wrote that 
they uaed Elmer's Glue for this 
purpose— and it evidently '' t a 
fhie Job. 
NEED HELP? 

One of the favorite lawn care 
bullethis for years has been 
Scott's Lawn Care, published 
iorj>ver 40 years. You can be 
put on their complimentary 
mgiling list Iqr writing Scotts, 
Marysville, Ohio 43040. This 
year, they offer a new phone-in 
service. If you have a question, 
you can dial 800-543-1415 any 
hour of the day, any day of the 
week (so the publicity states) 
and you'll get an answer. It's 
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-t-Make plans to plant snrubs, 
roses, spring bulbs and annuals. 
The earlier the better— to get 
them well established before 
summer. 

-(-Put out onion sets for early 
green onions. 

-^^Begin to prune your trees. 
Take out any unwanted branch- 
es. Remove dead or crowded 
branches. Be sure to h^l the 
wounds with pruning paint. 
Pruning should be done before 
the buds 1>reak. 

-I- Rake the leaves from your 
lawn. Use a broad bamboo or 
metal rake; do not apply too 
much pressure or tufts of grass 
will come up with the roots. 

-I- We said it last week but 
we'll repeat it several timea-get 
that grass seed planted in the 
bare and thin spots in your 
lawn. The earlier the better; 
rake it in and fertilise it well. 



QUESTION: - I just bought 
some rhododendrons for the 
first time. What do you 
recommend as a planting mix.? 
Mrs. F., Bay Colony. 

ANSWER: — A rhododendron 
nursefy over on the peninsula 
says the best mix they've found 
for growing rhodendrons is one 
part each of Perlite, peat moss 
and dirt. Mix together 
thoroughly. Remember this is a 
shallow rooted plant so do not 
plant too deep. Our weather 
here is a little too warm for good 
rhododendron growth and our 
nearness to the ocean doesn't 
help either. Pennsylvania can 
grow much more beautiful 
plants than can we— but good 
luck. 

QUESTION: - A friend gave 
me a Norfolk Island pine for 
Christmas. It is a beautiful tree. 
Can you tell me how to care for 
it? Mrs. L.K., Mayflower Apts. 

ANSWER: — The Norfolk 
pine is not always an easy plant 
to grow indoors. It resents hot, 
dry conditions. It thrives best 
where the night tomperatore Is 
alwut 55 F and by day only 5-15 
degrees more. It is important to 
keep the soil evenly moist but 
not saturated. Watering Is best 
done by Immersing the pot in a 
pail of water for IS mimites. 
Good light is important, though 
it need not be dh-ect sunlight. In 
the height of summer, a little 
shade is helpful. 

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By LE8 LEHIGH 

The City's new Com- 
pr«lM»iv« Zoning Ordimnce, 
rdaued only OM week ago, was 
ckallenged during Monday's 
City Council nMeting. The CZO 
is sdieduled to receive its first 
review in a hearing befcre the 
Planning Commission next 
Wednesday. 

Attorney Grover Wright 
issued the challenge while 



raprescnting F^lse Aaaodatas 
insesidng a rsvisloD of a use 
permit iswed last September. 

Wri^t told CouncU if the CZO 
ia adopted with its prea«irt 
density provisions, "...the 
Chesapeake House becomes, 
nonconforming. If the buUdiag 
bums (kwn, when it's rebuilt 
some peofdos homes would not 
be allowod. You might conskter 
revising the CZO denrity." 



The Chesspeake House is a 
Mgh^ condominhan being 
consixueted near a site Falen 
Aasodatas plans construction of 
a similiar structure. 

Wright told Coundl Falen 
received approval for the 
conatmction of a S7-ttory 
structure containing its motel- 
tfficiency apartment con- 
dcminhims. However when the 
use permit was tosiMd, ac- 



cording to Wright, "efficiency 
apartmenr* had been strlckoo 
Cram the provisions. lUs would 
only permit a motd buikUng, 
and prohibit condoniniums 
wMch wouM be offered for side. 
Wright requested Council 
re con s id er (be permit to revise 
it to its- approved form. 

Wright also said the buiUing 
had been redeaigned to a height 
of 15 floors. «nd density reduosd 



to UO i|nite,to conform to CZO 
hsi^t regulations of UO feet 
rattdnaum in that area. 

Council q>|n-oved a motion 
from Councilman Charlea W. 
Gardner, seconded by Coun- 
dbnan D. Murray Malbon, to 
reconrider the use permit 

Council then appproved a 
permit for a 15 stoi7 structure 
containing 120 units for sale on a 
moUon from Malbon, aeconded 
by Gardner. 




THURSDAY. MARCH 'S^ 1973 



jgCEWTS 



Surfing only 
in two areas 



If you want to go surfing 
during the summer season- 
May 15 to September 30- 
l>etween the hours of 10 a.m. 
and 5 p.m., you have only two 
places to go with your surf- 
board: Camp Pendleton and 
Uttle Island Parlt. 

City Council Monday placed 
a ban on surfing anywhere 
else in the city-including the 
600-foot area at the Steel 
fishing pier. 

At press time, the City 
ManagCT and the Parka and 
Recreation Department had 



not yet determined the full 
effects of the new surfing 
ordinance, which was 
proposed by Councilman 
Charles Gardner. 

Surfers are still prohibited 
from surfing near the piers 
but the new regulation has 
been expanded to prohibit 
surfing to 300 feet on either 
side of the piers at any time. 

Surfing in the federally- 
owned Back Bay Wildlife^ 
Rtfuge will be rqpdated by 
the federal government and 
the city's code 6-22, a water 
nuisance ordinance 




RUB-A-DUB-DUB! niREE BOYS IN A hree enjoyed an outing on (he "lake" 

TUB! Two enjoyed having their photo behind (he Watergate Apartments In a 

"ifcen by a SUN photographer, but the nberglass tub on a most welcome warm 

hhpd adveniorn- was a little shy. The R«»«rt City day. 



reation Department had nuisance ordinance. ^^ *1 * * P* 1 

City starts artgallery LiOlUlCll JOinS tight 



PatRicka 



Ken SiaiUngs 



Ken Stallings, Pat Ricks 
resign coaching positions 



The City of Virgtaiia Beach 
now has its own srt gallery. Due 
to the efforts of the Department 
of General Services and the 
Department of Libraries, Qie 
foyer area on the third floor of 
the Administration Building, 
Princess Anne Station, has been 
turned into a municipal art 
gallery. 

An exhibition ot Ittb century 
fashion peiatB combined with 
19th century garden and 



manak» fdctures are currently 
on view. The gallery will 
feature more than 30 prints by 
Goya throughout the month of 
AinrU. 

Exhibitions being presented 
are created for the gallery by 
the Virginia Museum of Fine 
Arts in cooperation with the 
Virginia Bead) Arts Center. 
The city has extended an \n- 
vitatimi to the public to view the 
art wwiu. 



to keep refuge open 



ByJAYBRUMBLEY 
i^mts Editor 

One-third of the head hi^ 
school baaketball coaches in 
Virginia Beach reaigned this 
week. Announcing that they 
were ste|q;>ing down frmn tbdr 

' head basketball coaching duties 
were Pat Ricks of First denial 

_and Ken StalUngi of Kellam. 
Stallings is retiring sfter six 
years of coaching Kellam cage 
teams. After two years at te 
^mior varaity levd, he took 
over the varsity coaching 
dutiea. 

"In deven years, only one 
Kellam team has won ovw frar 
games in a alngle seaaon," 
Stallings commented. "We won 
seven gamea my first year u 
varaity coach. We were 2 and 17 
thto year, and it is very 
dlsoouragiog not to be able to 
field a wtaujng team." 

Very few Junior varsity 
players ever reach the varaity 
at Kellam, largely due to 
moving away from the area and 
(bopptagoutof achool. "Onlyono 
center nom our Juakv varsity 
has moved up to the varsity ia 
the past four years, snd it is 
difficult to build s varsity 



contender with this Und of 
situation," StalUngs said. 

Ricks has ooa^ baaketball 
at Firat Odooial for the past 
five seaaons. He has been 
varsity coach tot the past three 
years, compiling a IMO overall 
record. In hia first year aa 
varsity coach, the Patriota won 
the Ci^ cbamiriondiip and were 
s eeded second fa> the Eastern 
District Tbumament. Hia- team 
WM ei^ (rf their twei^ gamea 
this seaaon. 

"Coaching is very demfinding 
on my time," Ricks sahl. "I 
want to eonttanie my education, 
and since baaketball season 
covers a lar|^ part of bo^ 
sooMStara, I Just denet have tiie 
thne |o eoadi and take furtiier 
ooUoge crvdits." 

Both RIda and StaUhigs plan 
to oonttaiue widi their taacfalng 
duties at their respective 



schools. They are merely 
stepptaig down as coaches. 

In boU> sdxNds, the sssistant 
coach haa besn recommended 
for the bead coaching Job by 
both departing coaches. Alton 
Hill has been credited with 
dohig an outstanding Job as 
assistant varsity and head 
^BkMT varsity ooadi for the 
Patriots. This year his team 
made the Eastern District 
JunkNT Varsity Tournament. 

Johnny MtHTis haa been head 
Junior verity and aaslMant 
varsity ooadi at Kalian for the 
past three seuons. IDs team 
went lol last year aad 114 tUa 
season. His most recent t^tm 
hadUiebestJunkir varsity won- 
kMt record hi Virginia Beach 
and wu the only Oty team to 
reach the Eastern District 
semi-finals. 



Exhibit demonstrates 
nature in the arts 



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10 SEar 

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A DOW aihibit. "Nature hi the 
Decorative Ai^" has opened at 
die Penlaaula Nature and 
SdenoeCaitfar, Newport News! 
Ihe axfalMt haa drawn reoerd 
crowds to Am c ents f during lla 
first meotk and ad be en view 
throng . April 1. 

Featured are OMre thn 10 
objeeta of sOvar, pereatala, 
wood and sBeD, which 
I's endmslasm 
for satinl BHtlfl la dsearatlen. 

iBdudnd la Martha 
WashlBf tea's aaadlepelat 
werksdlBdMl 



sifdiapeid sewtaig eaas, trim- 
med m faki uA oompMe with 
ttaqr laMS. fron the QsepSmt 
batttole of (Haas fai NorfbOt, a 
me TUlMy Dragonfly Lamp Is 
on view ia the •shibltloB. 

erehid-ahaped chair and a 
miMlnwm sh^ed lamp «« 
parte of a ssttli« which alao 
Inrhrias a rag from Daunark 




tlBueaa latarpretatlen. 
Leeatad batwMB the 
HirlMr^ Moaaun aad IM, the 
Natora tad 

laapsi 



14. laaNM la te friMH are 

Mate. >^ MiiMlii M aqwrtai, and 

„ etiiw dMsglM whlMta. 

m Mvraatfy laetadlag "Maa 

Chaafea Hie Itevteaoaant" 




The Gty of Vhifaiia Beach 
Monday became an intervener 
in expected legal aetioB to block 
proposed dosure e( the Back 
Bay Natkmal WUdUfe Refi«e. 

The action resulted from City 
Council's approval of a 
resolution favoring vehicular 
access to the reftige. Thoee 
voting against the resolution 
included Councihnm John A. 
~laum aodRobCTlli: Caiur Jr, 
snd vice mayor F. Raid Ervfai. 
Ihe U.8. Departmintof Interior 
has snnounced irius to prohibit 
vehicles from ustaig a ftwr mile 
beachfront route through the 
refuge in two weeks, as of 
Mardi30. 

Walter J. Leverldge, 
{vealdent of Concerned Cltiiens 
for Conservation and 
Recreatkm, aays legal action 
gainst the dosure will be taken 
that same day. Levaidge says, 
"The CCCR will take hijunctive 
actkn until such thne s suit can 
be heard in federal court." 

The resolutkn reaffirms the 
City's reoognltkn of the access 
route as s public right ol wsy, 
(Vpositkui to chMUrs of the 
route until a convenient 



alternate is provided, and if 
legal acticm is taken to preserve 
access, "...the City wiU in- 
tervene in the matter to insure 
that its views and the views of 
its citizens are fully explained 
and before the Court." 

Councilman Donald H. 
Rhodes' motion to an;m>ve the 
resolution wu seconded by 
Coundbnan Floyd E. Wato-- 
-fldd, Jr. Rhodes indicated he 
drafted the resolution. 

Rhodes made it clear he felt 
the views of everyone 2bm- 
corned with refuge acc ess 
should be presented in any 
litigation. He explained these 
not only hiduded those who 
needed sccess to their property, 
snd those wishhig sccess for 
leisure enjoyment, but slso 
interests of those charged with 
plannhig the aty's develop- 
ment and growth. 

Some 100 persons were in 
Council chambers to support 
sccess through the refuge. 
Their views were presented to 
Council by Edward T. (Ned) 
Caton, HI, snd J.A. Etheridge. 
Caton told Council, "The real 
issue is, will the Qty sUqw the 



Federal Government to take 
your authority to regulate this 
area, if such authority exists, in 
the wildlife refuge?" 

He asked the City to go to 
court as intervener if necessary. 

Ccontinued on ptg* 5) 

New water 
proposal 




7 million 
issue for city 



Seven mlfllfln dollars worth of 
bonto wsro auQiarhwd Issued 
by the Vlrgiala Beach City 
Council Monday afternoon. 
Three miUkn to earmaitad for 
vartaia puhUc impnmautM, 
and the rsnaafaihig four mliUon 
doUar stitaggad for water and 
sewer tmprovements. 

The tarfsat ehimk of the 
pubUe iffl|iovemeat bonds will 
go toward the "planning, 
construction, site im- 
frovamants. enhrgemaota, anl 
aquipplag of municipal 
bulldlaga, including public 
aafaisr boUdlag, circuit and 
muBleipal court buildings, 
admbrietoatlaa taulMlaL animal 
ooBtrol boUdb^larhsali^ 
plant" Thaaa imiaiwamaiUs 
are ogvaetad to eoat tl,IM.QOO. 
..The. plfMilBg and eoa- 
•troeUon of park and ravaattoB 
teemuaa wU eoat IHMI0.'T1m 
eeoatnietieB of a beat rami^ 
Meyda trails, aM the 
ajlargsBianl of the dob hoiM 
and elhar fadMties at IM Wh« 



Lake Munidpal gdf Course are' 
inehided. Atoo, the cost of 
drawing the plans for the 
propoaed Plau area c(»n- 
munily center ia induded. 

Fifty thousand dollars is 
earmarked for bulkheading 
souUi of ths existing boardwalk 
along the oceanfront, and 
1180,0000 win be used for site 
tanprovements for the com- 
munity coUege site on PrincMs 
Anne Road. 11,145,000 will be 
uaed to improve and extend 
sbwte and hi^ays within 
aiy Umits. 

' The four million dollar water 
and aawar bond taaua will be 
uaad to improve and extend 
water draMniaaion ' and 
dlatribBtlon Haas and aawar 
Uaaa aad to aonibv righta of 
any i^ara aaadad. TWa nnat 



City Manager Roger M. 
Scott says Norfolk's latest 
water contrsct proposal IS 
being closely studied by 
Virgbiia Beach. However he 
was unable to say Wednesday 
when Virginia Beach CH)r 
Council may convene to 
consider the agreement. 

Norfolk's proposal, from 
City Manager G. Robert 
House, Jr., was hand 
delivered to Virginia Beach 
City Council during ite to- 
formal session Monday. 

Ilie ,agreemait reportedly 
contains most of the 
provisions requested by 
Virginia Beach some two 
weeks ago. Key factor is a rate 
of 48.5 cenU per 1,000 gallons, 
ss well ss provisions to permit 
Virginia Beach to "buy out" of 
the contract in the event a 
regionai water authority 
begins operstionM within the 30 
year cmitract period. 

Norfolk wouid benefit from 

an ''escsl'stion cisuse" to 
provide It with necessary 
funds if required im- 
provements to that city's 
wster system becomes 
necessary during the contract 
period.- 

Review of the contract alao 
reportedly includes scrutiny 
by the resort city's bond con- 
sultants from the aqiect of 
finandhg. 

Norfolk aty Council waf 
informed Tuesday of the 
proposal's delivery to Virgtaite 
Beach t>ut no action was 
taken. 



day "to j rwrida 
MTqr grosrth and, < 



mant of the Cttjr" aecer«i« to 
Om ap^ovad bead 
anilMriitloi ordtaaaea. 



Kooi 
honored 

Jack R. Kod, Cub Maater of 
Cub Scout Pack 414, waa 
honored as a Very InaportaBt 
P«raen at Fade 4l4's raoaot 
Blue and Gold Banquet. 

Kooi recdved the Uidvwaat 
Scouting Ptai fnn Kaka Buna, 
a Webdoa (rf Padi 414. 



JV 



PA QE 2-THE 8U N-tHU R80AY. MAR CH 16^ 1973 




Captain Allen C. Brady and hli wife Lootle and Commander Eugene B. McDannlel and Mi wife 
daughter EUzabeth. Dorothy with daughter Leslie. 





Commander John H. Fellows and his wife Patricia and son John. 



Uentenant Commander Michael D. Christian and his wife Charlotte and 
daugher Debbie. 



Beach welcomes home four more 




4 



JIMJ:SLEHlfilL 



touching moment of my life. 
Tfiere wa«nt tttis:^ 



For six yean I wanted to cry, 



tMit home was diverted to Oceana NAS, 
Portsmouth by Umousin*. — -r— 



and tl^e men were taken to 



Four more former POWs, whose families reside in Virginia 
Beach, returned home last Wednesday night expressing praise for 
their country, the American oeople, and President Richard M. 
Nixon. 

Capt. Allen 0. Brady, Cmdrs. John H. Fellowes and Eugene B. 
McDaniel, and Lt. Cmdr. Michael n Christian had each Rnent 
aj)proxlmately six years in caplUvity in North Vietnam. 

As the family reunions toolc place at PorUmouth Naval HospiUl 
each of the men paused to speak to well wishers who gathered to 
pay tribute to the men. 

Capt Brady reminded everyone that some Americans sent to 
Vietnam would never be returning. He said, "Today should be the 
happiest day of my life, and it is, but it's also a day of mixed 
emotions. So, I ask that as you share our joy with us, you atoo lend 
your hearts to the families of those who are not coming home. 

"We want you to know we have never iMt our faith in our 
famUies, our country, our President. There is no way we can ex- 
press our gratitude lo you. God bless you. We're proud to be 
Americans. It's great to be home." 

Cmdr. Fellowes reflected a feeling of pride in the sacrifice the ex- 
POWs made for United States. He said, "We w«it to Hanoi to do a 
Job that had to be done. We were wilUng to sUy until Uuit job was 
done. Our fervent wish was to come with honor, President Nixon 
made that possible. I know how great it is to be an American. I 
consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth. TIjIs Is 
tiie happiest day of my life. God bless you all." 



"We are returning from the gray, dingy walls to Hanoi to Uie 
greatest country in the world. For you, the American petyl*. I 
want to thank you for your prayers, for f^^i'^'^.^yj^^^ 
family, for the support you gave -s during the letter writing 
campaign of 1968. America has become my moat treasured 
possession." 

It was Lt. Cmdr. Christian who most direcUy credited the 
American' people with freeing POWs. He said, "HeUo. It's won- 
derful to be a free man again in Uie greatest country that ever exUt- 
ed There are many things I want to say. but most of aU thank you. 
Thank you for your concern, your prayers, but most of thank you 
for coming to get us. I always knew you wou ld." 



Some 500 people had gathered at Norfolk to greet Uje men. The 
group included a delegation of more than 100 from Uie First 
Baptist Church of Virginia Beach, where McDaniel is a deacon. The 
weather failed to dampen the spirits of Uie group as tiiey sang 
hymns and anthems, waved American flags, and displayed signs 
and banners praising tbe ex-POWs. 

TTie signs expressed sentiments such as, "POWs are America's 
best", "We love people who serve Uieir country, like you", "We 
didn't forget you POWs ". "We craved for all of you, welcome 
home", and one particuarly personal greeting, "Christ The King 
welcomes home Sharon Fellowes dad." 



in Virginia Beach they thanl^jed evieryone for ( 

suQh as 4*1. waot'tOi thank all wBb inade'tl 

you with all my heart for coming, and God love all of you...It breaks 

my heart that Uiey can't see all of you." ^. 



The reunions were shifted to Portsmouth after dense fog 
operations at NorUi Naval Air SUtion. The plane bringing Uie men 



Many of Uiose on hand had waited some two hours for the POWs. 
The disappointing word the men had been diverted to Oceana NAS 
came from Uieir wives. As they told the group Uie plane had landed 



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Plant 1^ ground cover 



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krvtihMMiiii 

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rif IHy. Oo« bMt la ihid*. 




OmoTOm 

IraM aav Ibart Jaalptn. 

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pwwdai a yaar matf 

avargraaa Maakat af Uoa. 



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liiliiillrMMlafliiPNrvN 

Mi* 

■HI pPMIM aiVWi Pw awM 

wiaaaMMlMhrliVlnM 



Cr ta fl a g riaa (roktdata) 
pawifMai ■ vinPMi MMBi 

fittiiMil■.lalil)p4MMl 
I mmHBm Mail itayi 
■m ai wiMri IB nnpi 

flawani atallaMa la fawr 
iUk. Nd. vdilta aad 



UUy-o(-tii»vaU«y • Hm's a 
rtal wlniMr that few pwpla 
grow anymort; beautiful white. 
bd-Uke Moons tai early ^rlnf 
that are vwy firagrut. Orowi In 
riiade aad win do weU In evea 
heavy ihade. fvg* die back In 
wtaMaPi 

Periwinkle (Vlaea minor) 
Thla li an evortreea that bai 
■mall Uue Oewm la iprlaf . 
Good ground oovar fbr mb or 
Ohm uNd la oivie 




Then are a midtltuda of food 
around oovtn that wlU do 
mm than pm la thoia dl(< 
Iteutt loaatlaaa. THa oMi above 
aroJuitafw.WellteOabout 
mora of them another week. 
Make lure you get one that to 
for either lun or ihade, kt 
many are not ntlted for both. 
Try a ground oov«r thto year. 
Youll be gUd you did. 



Wyaaaa atgelaHait^ aativa 

10^1 jnar 0VMII aener haa It H 
Mlai Daei umH la hoMi eaa or 



Kkim 'tm pmla hnaao 
Hly iprtm aai qpreadi 

Meetings 



Dr.KnW.laiaeli. 
af l4aiiiMapa ll irt l ii ^ f f at 
OMa Mate Ualfarally. wiU 



lacia^f Ieai0iti 

ittkBllBJI.WOlaftwfl 

ka eMMed. "flli ga to the 



eMy.** Dr. Meek ki a aeled 

af Ika OMe Nar 
Amerlatlia Oaeate 
ant hwHid la flw ■iilkn at i 

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ma* » • t Mi. • 

Iria leeialy. 



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weatharhito 

nimeries 



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lea 
yaar, 
al 



a(i awa awa iapenwoia Braiw 
^^MMH la Mm mr VHia aiarihle 
SmT lanvy aliffe CriMa 

IVHI IP 

area ef Ike 

pkM aeav, laa 



0«a aaw vagaiakla variety • a hybrid niccMnl equaih 
caNai Arlaioarai • has kaaa honored by an AII<Americe 
Awari far IMS. 

Ariatacral HyhrM Zucchini won s bronse medal for Its 
aiira aarthwee, praHfle ylalds. and the quality of Us 
kaadsewa. dark greea gloasy fruits which don't fatten-up 
aai ufttk aa taat ae oiker varieties of succhlni. First 
Ihrila caa ka had wlthta 4t days of sowing seed directly 
kiia tka gardaa. Fmila are straight, with roandad ends 
md laota dallcloas. _ 
Iiackkii a^pwak ie oae of America's mdii popuTar classes 
ef v^takla and grows wall la Virginia Beach. One of the 
aaaliai ef all vafoiaklaa la grow from seed, they are 
^■kfc la Maiara aad yield ikair fruit over a long period on 
My ilBiMo Ikal danol taka ap much room la the gardaa. 
•■Ml Wt/rmff* of I or 4 aaada spaced ^Ml feet apart, in 
IkrtHa aaN hi » eaaay ipotr 



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m^ MamadMa wH an ka 



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Ways you can 
MTveoiitaxw 



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af aay w eet k ig |au 4naled 
IMadla Ike lun aad we'U put U 
ki Ike gaidm maettaig notloee. 



Have jraa a 




„ Jrla. If you hava a 
■aelal kdereet hi aayaf tkeee 
liaiijs, yaa're ahrays walooaae 
at Ikeea aoelaty meeting. 

members are always 

mod. iMb le the ease of 

dm TIdswater Msa's Garden 

CiMk. aaw with almeet IN 

Yea gale, send year 

■d WU leera how to 

Bach mesttag day, 

^ jppears on Mildred 

Alaaaador's TV «how on 
Gkeaail t at i pA.-eo you 
ladhs caa get a pie v le w-t faen 
aead yea kaskaad over to g^ 
Ike dslois thi fhnt Tueeday 
af avinr mewdi m the Betan- 
.GeedfrisMi 



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oreenbrtsr Firms will have 
Ai^ gromdlMresklng eemiiony 
on April I. Fred I the landscape 
consultant on thto mastw city- 
wlthln-a-clty and to truly one of 
the masters of Uadseape sr- 
chiteeture. Be sure to watch Ute 
fertiltosr sales on now-end buy 
all you need for the sessoi 
before Uie sales end. Moot of 
them run through Mardi and 
you can save from SO cents to IS, 
dependhv iqwn how much you 
need. It's an autboriieifla^ and 
once it's over, the prk« goes 
back up...so It will pay you to 
take in a fidl seaMMi'i supply 
now. A new garden center 
opened Its doors UM Satur- 
day...tbe Old Dominion Garden 
Center on Northhampton Blvd. 
near Jack Frost Road. Yo«tfs 
truly was asked to do the ribbon 
cuttim; the garden cento* to 
lyorated by the Bma», known 
for their tree service In 
Tidewater. Stop by thto week. 
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(jardening - - - 

— in Virgima Beach 

Preddent, Men's Garden Club of Tidawattr 
Member, Garden Writers Aisoctotion of Ara«rlea 

NOW IS THE TIME TO: 




+Ptont some of those luccldnl squash shown 
on dUi page, Seeds germinate In about lo days; 
IMa the seedlings In each grots to one strong 
hialtky j^nt par hill, Rememb«r the name • 
Ariatowat • it's an AU Amarioin winner for ivrs. 

•f-Plant gladldas. Try to spiea your glad 
plandnp about two weeks apart, so you'll have 
HOORM ever a longer period, lliffe'i no better 
flawar for bouqiuati than the Miy-tO'irow 
gtadldt. Plant wma bulbs today. Just one doMn 

wOl guarantoe you at least that many good Uooms 
for, 

•f Plant some Irish potatooi. Most poeple 
don't do Uito anymore • but March to an ideal 
planting time, two's nothing tastier then new 
polatOM and new peas • cooksd together. Try a 
row of potatoes in your garden thto spring. You 
should iiBve ptonted peas In your garden before 
now - but if s not too late. Hurry to your nearest 
garden center for seed potatoes and a package of 
green pee seed. 



•t-Plck a bouquet of daffodUs to brighten up 
your home. If you're one of Ae unf orkinate who 
have no spring bulbs toyouryard. in«kapl«i» to 
pUntsome this faU, A bouquet of dsff odtb to llks 
a breath of sprlagtima, 

^Plant that first row of radtohes, lettuoe end 
onions. Tbiy'ro your spring garden • and need to 

Ct in the ground eirtr, Evan tha fM like we had 
It wask won't hurt Qnm. Get the seed Into the 
ground now, And don't p»tA too tMek. 

•fVtolt your garden eenter thto weekend, If 
tho'weathor'B bid, you oan sUll see iU the new 
products in itoek • and make plans fw what you 
want Better yet, what I like to do to buy whit to 
needed now • tiwn you hive it when the weither 
bresks. 

+And be sure to keep feeding the birds. 
Berries sre now gone from native bushes. The 
birds need to W fed-ymi'U see some unusual 
ones thto time of year as migrating begins. 



Start gardening by pruning 



Tlie coldest weattier of the 
winter is past, we iiope. It is 
time to prune shrubs and get 
them ready for summer growth. 
That is, you prune all of your 
shrubs except those which 
bloom during the spring. 

Evergreen or deciduous 
shrubs, which are grown 
primarily for their foliage, 
should be pruned now. First 
remove any dead, broken, 
diseased, or insect-damaged 
branches and head back the 
bush to maintain a suitable size 
and form for it's location. 

Shrubs which develop 
numerous stems are pruned by 
a continuous renewal process. 
Several of the older stems 
should be removed each year. 
The top part of the remaining 
branches should be thinned out 
and headed back. This process 
will allow light to reach the 
young shoots which develop 
from the crown of the plant. As 
these stems mature, they will 
form the attractive part of the 
shrub and will in turn grow old 
and be removed. 
Shrubs^ which have a 

PeaTsupply short 

Another important nursery 
commodity seriously hit by 
heavy rainfall is the industry's 
supply of peat moss. Abnor- 
mally wet weather during the 
July— Sept. period made the 
bogs so wet that drying, cutting, 
digging and other harvest 
proceu operations were im* 
poesible. The shortage varies 
from kxstion to locstion and 
from bog to bog, but some are 
off 2S per cent, many as much 
as SO per cent. Reliable sources 
project serious shortages of 
peat from late spring through 
summer- 1974. 

Seedling program 

During March, Virginia 4- 
H'ers will be lending a hand in 
doing something shout the 
anvironmeptal crisis, , 
--'^Tiey*!!! Iw plsntlng Ir 
seedlings donated by 
Virginia Division of Fomtry to 
Sid In the reforestation of the 
aUte. 

The program, which is 
sponsored by Virginia Tech's 
OBoperative Extrasion Service, 
will help in reducing soil 
erosion, preventing floods, 
providing cover for wildlife, and 
providing recreation areas for 
man. 

Over 300,000 seedlings will be 
planted. 



somewhat dense growth with 
only one or a limited number of 
main stems are pruned by 
thinning out and heading back 
the side branches. Remove a 
few branches each year to thin 
out the top of the plant and allow 
light to penetrate. Cut back long 
branches to maintain an in- 
formal natural shape and a size 
which is suitable for the 
location. 

Box shrubs should be pruned 
by thinning out the top half of the 
plant and cutting back the 
branches to retain the desired 
height. The thinning operation 
will allow light to penetrate into 
the bush and promote leaf 
development. Thto results in a 
natural, informal type growth 
with good green color extending 
to the center of the shrub. 

In certain locations, and in 
hedges, you may prefer to shear 
your box into a smooth, rounded 
form. This is appropriate in a 
formal landscape setting but 
will result in a rather thin layer 
of leaves on the outside of the 
plant. 

The low and horizontal type 
junipers should be pruned 
primarily from the top, 
Branches which extend upward 
should be cut back. Allow the 
lateral branches to develop into 
points arouhd the plant to give a 
graceful spreading form. Very 
little lateral pruning should be 
done unless the long branches 
cause the shrub to become too 
large for its location. 

Narrowleaf evergreen shrubs 
such as arborvitae, erect 
junipers and yew typically 
develop numerous branches. 
They can withstand retotlvely 
heavy pruning. Thin out the 
shrub by removing lome of the 
older branches snd cut bsck ss 



needed to retain desired size 
and form. 

Azalea, camellia, laurel, and 
rhododendron grow quite slowly 
and need very little pruning. 
The flower clusters should be 
removed at the end of the 
blooming season. Long stems 
which extend beyond the 
desired size and shape of the 
plant may be cut back. 

Shrubs that bloom in the 
spring or early summer, should 
be pruned at the end of their 
blooming season. These early 
flowering shrubs include Red 
Bud, Japanese Quince, For- 
sythia and early white Spiraea. 
Don't prune them now. You 
may cut a few stems off to use 
as arrangements in the home. 
Wait until you have enjoyed 
them during their flowering 
period and then prune them by 
thinning out and heading back. 



N; Xiilbliori 



Questions and 
Answers 

1 ptanled tulips tost year and 
l«d Iota of nice blooms. This 
year, they're not even coming 
np. What's the matter? Mrs. 
J.P., ThaUa 

Answer: We're s little too far 
south for good tulip growth. A 
few vsrietles bloom yesr after 
yer, but many do not. They 
come up snd bloom the first 
year ind then die. If you wsnt 
to dl| ind rsptont them every 
fill, you ein have blooms every 
yeir, The Red Emperor, not 
considered • grMt tulip by 
miny, is one virlety thst 
blooms eirly ind will bloom 
every yeir in VIrglnIs Bmch 
Try it thto fall when bulb 

eintlng time rdto around. It'i 
Ight and celarful, 
QUESTION I Every yesr our 
tomstoes hsvo s lot of blossom 
end roL What do you recom- 
mend R.G., Oceana. 
Anawo-: Dr. Charles Etotrodt, 
Virginia Truck Experiment 
Station, says "We all know that 
blossom eiid rot on tomatoes is a 
real problem in Tidewater, Test 
your soil. You probably need 
lime. Get it and apply now. As 
the season progresses, try to 
avoid any stress periods for the 
tomatoes. If it's dry, water 
frequently. Stress is one cause 
of blossom end rot. Do what you 
can to avdd stress on the 
tomatoe ptonts." 




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PAOe 4-THE IUN-THUR8DAY, MARCH ie, 1973 

Water soon flows 

It appeari that by tht timt thli tditorlfl reaehM 
prtnt, wihertly thertaftw, th§ City of V^nl* 
BtMh win hive Iti water eontraet with the Ci^ ol 

•n»li hai been an everly-leng negetlatien that 
Kiyi been muddled by pelltiei, persenalitlei and 
pr§eraatlnatl6n. Mueh of the eonfliet and eon> 
fientatlen has been so unneeesiary. 

Affronts t§ this etty and Iti offtelali by the 
n^hbofing el^ and Its effleiali itiUjnaSe that 
"offief eheek" burn with swallowed pride. But If a 
itiution has now been found then at least the 
swallowing will not have been eompletely n vain< 

It is on& hoped that the latest, assuminfily fbial, 
e^taet will net only satisfy Mr. House and Mr. 
ieott and the eounetis of both Virginia Seaeh and 
Norfolk but will also be benefieial and aoeeptable to 
the eitlsens of both eitiei. ^ 

That, after all, is where the seeret to a 8uo= 
eessfid water agreement truly lies. 



Dollars well spent 

the Virginia ieaeh gafety Couneil has initiated 
a projeet that all parents of young bieyoliats should 
heed. The eouneilhas on sale at various outlets red 
triangles of heavy duty styrene that will eall at* 
^m to oyolisti either daytime or nighttime. 

With the growing number of evelists, espeeiaUy 
of the young age variety, now using the highways, 
ttie purehase of a large red triangle, whieh is at* 
taehed to the rear of the bike seat, is not asl^g 
muoh. It is a one dollar Insuranoe policy that 
providei a youngster an extra ounoe of preoaution 
Mtinst iiyury. poiible death, from a motorist who 
may be bUnded by oncoming headlights and simply 
^^aanot s e e t h e u n i te a^ bicycle on the road ahead 

It requires a purchase. The cpuncll is not^ 
financially able to provide these safety devices free 
of charge or it » not an organisation of fund- 
raising pro acts. The group has made available a 
supply of the triangles for a very low cost. One 
doUar. Such a small price to pay for a life, the 
prevention of painful Injury. 

Is there a profit? Not much. But what extra 
dollars the council does collect from these red 
triangles will go into other safety projects. 

The dollar spent today will not only protect the 
bicyclist. It will tomorrow help protect the swim- 
mer or the boater. Even the motorist. 

Where else can a dollar provide so much? 



Wounded knee 

Anew chapter In American history is unfolding 

at Wounded Knee, South Dakota. An Indian 

' uprising in the 20th century. Hardly an incident to 

What li happening at Wounded Knee seemed so 
simple in the beginning. A group of Indians asking 
that they be allowed to elect a represenUUve to 
-the Bureau of Indian Affairs, rather than accept 
ont appointed for them.^ The replacement of one 
min. Tht possible death of many before the 
chapter ends. ... 

Where is the logic? Should not these Americans 
be entitled to elect their own voice, their own 
preferred representation, to the agency that so 

olosely controls their lives? ^ . , . 

Americans the country over are beginning to 
feel the impact of this power struggle be^veen 
federal of fidali and a minority group that fights 
merely for their rights as Amertcans. 

Wounded Knee certainly should provoke some 
deep thoughts/and some painfulreaUiatlons, on the 
true sUtus of the Amerloaii Indian. ^ 

Hopefully Amerioans who care aboOt their 
country and their fellow countrymen will make 
their thoughts heard. If they speak loudly enough, 
quickly enough, perhaps Amerioan blood wUl not 
again be shed on American soil. 



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House and Senate bills 



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hf (ip uf ht no-fMii Kriiedirt. Ii'i 
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Ihe POW bracelets have very special meaning; 
a close, almost personal, attachment to the nien, 
and their familtee, whoM names are engraved on 
die silver band. 

There's m^ch rejoicing as braoelet^earers spot 
thenameofthelrPOWonthelietofretumeees. 

But not aU can rejoice. Their faith is stUI 
shrouded in uncertainty. 

"Capt. Arthur Bcklund, 4-8-ee". „ ' 

Why has there been no word? His silver 
bracilet, remains on my wrist. Waiting. 

-Ruby Jean PhUipe 



WASHINGTON - H«r«'i how arM mtmbtri* 
of Consrtu wort rocordtd on roll call votai 
bttwHn March 5*0. 

HOUSE I Adopttd, 370 for and 27 agalnat, rule 
to opan to tho public all Houia committae and 
lubcommlttaa moatingi unlaii mambar* vote In 
opan laailon to cloia tham, 

Soma Mantbari hava advocated an aven 
itrongar rula that would have prohibited all 
cloud aaiiloni, Including markup leiiloni at 
which laglilatlon la put Into final form. 

Proponanti lald opannaai li needed to Iniure 
pubU& confidence Id the,CQniEiiL _^_- 

Opponanenti aald cloaad le'ialona give 
Mambari a chance to dlicuii privately the 
oradlbllity of committee wttnoHei and to Iron 
out lasliliUve quarreli. „„ .„ . 

Rapa, 0. WllUim Whltahurit, R'Norfolk, and 
Robert W, Daniel Jr,, R<Sprlng Orove, voted for, 

Agrfid to, Ml for and INasilnit, amendment 
to the antl-eeort cy rule to lUow repreaentatlvea 
of the maeutlve branch to alt In at oioaad markup 
atiiloni. . ^ .^ 

The imondmont wai aimed at the needa of the 
Armad Strvloai and Wayi ind Meani fom- 
mtttMi which call In military ind flwal aKporti 
to inawar laohnleal quaitloM during markup 
laiiloni. ^ 

Without tha amendmenti proDouenti *atd. 
ihoMOomfflltlHi would be foreedteiwHch every 

taw mInutM bItWNn eioiMl ind mn ii«Niitmifn 
ordwHo let tiflhnleil iKpertiie from the 
axaeutlve dapirtmanti. 

Opponanti lald If laecutive branch 
rapmtntatlvN lit In at markup afiilonii, the 

Gbllo ought to know what idvlea tuny give to 
jialatori. 
WhUahurit and Daniel voted tor, 

Blooked, 117 tor and in agalnat, move to 
Qhansi Houm rulaa to allow the minority party 
(now Rapubtloani) to control one third of the 
< oommlttN itaff poiltloni. 

Rapubiloana proponenU charged that at the 
•ama lima lome Democrati advocate 
MngTMilonal reform they refuae to allow 
Itapu'bltcani their proporatlonate ihare of 
oommlttM itafh. 



majoiny they ire reponilbla for the laglaftllve 
proiram ofthfHouae. 

A vote "for", waa a vote to kill tha RepuWIoan 
requenl for more itaft. ^ , . 

Whliehunt and Daniel voted »S«lM»' . , ^ 

Paaied, 311 tor aad»7 agalnat, btU luthortibil 
UJ billion for thrH yeari tor haadtcipped Job 
training and rehabilitation. 

The vote marktd another flOBfronUUon bat- 
ween the Admlnlitratlon and CoagrMa over 
ipendlni. Tha bill li ilmlUr to ena PraaWwit 
Nixon vetoed Uit fell •"« Congrtia 

'whSehurit and Dinlal voted igtlnit. - 
Itejeetedr itH|imaH«d4Kl toMLM|hitttl!ll 



li.tt billion bill for handloappad m ttitalia, 

At iMue wii tha White Houaa elito, ma* it 
the ilm* of lait fall'i veto ol tt» hifl4cip|>fd Job 
bill, that the bU) eoiti toe mueh ind dufdiMtM 
exlitlng prograrai. , . ., . 

Proponenti of the leia eitHnalvf aubitUuti 
laid their bill hid White HWM lupport 

Opponanenti wld On wieproailM outbMhi 
ellmlnatedipeclilpwrimifdftttadaiii.iijw^ 
«ord injurlaa end kldniy dlMiit. JN 
Adminlgtratlo* idviftitod thoM prHMmi *h«B 
the orlglnHl bill wii 4r*wfl up. Apponmli Mid, 
Whltahurit .Hid DwW vofjjltor. 

ror. rule ihit w«uld hiW^NWrBj^JW; 

mm to the puMlfi-iMuii ihi mimStri viBTli 
eloie them, " ' ,. , . 

l%i vote paved the way t« uttMlBieM 



pBii«te*of I mora BWfMj «dt ?iij!**»Ltfl 
cemmlttee to imii» fw WmU « lU •«*«» 

"^Slil Hil^r. lyrd Jr. lad WWliii L Mi 
vot^ igalnit. 

I'liued, ae for ud I iB«lMt, li>M M)U« 
veterani' paeJuft. iMludini two pn|rtmi Uw 
t»r*«ldent veteid UM litt., , , . . , .. 

The 1)111 axMJidi VattftBi A<bAMitrtaM 
hoipiml benimi to wlvei ii^ahUdriB ol om 
totally dliibtid, erMlM t drai sad iksM 
ireatment and rahibUUittaii pro|Nm tad 
luthoriiM I fund to im tmuftmimu^ 
not burled in tiit nitiMil iMiiltriii. 
ttyrd and Oeott voted for. 



ToTheidlteri 
m itstt, ridcnl ind eity 
Sewimnti BOW WW. ilmeit 

iHfh'l OffMilfrORUgl, •{ 

MMli iwmnliipire ihm for 

Sedn uy fiiffter ttkiiii of 
|pplvilily«wiied eeeMfrMung 
Mierty in the filweipe area 
SlheityofVirfbiiiieMlifor 
■uMkuM, it wotui tnetr (o be 
HI the villi totereitt of ill 
Vtrjnli Btieli eltiMM Ibai 
tbtir leeil publie lytherity 
Aotfd It iRee dmiiid i eirefu) 
evilualieii •■ ind prief ■■ of ihe 
pyMie BeeeMibf of tiie uaei to 
whieh ^ rmnl md Slite 
inseRt oeeMfrMt hoMisgi ire 
B^Riput: Fiir gyMMiire ihat 
the iBi^rtfflent of BefeMe 
wwA^ he deUghted lb reieaie 
rm Iteiv i thit tiie lute would 
pellRQuiih eimp Pendleton i 
ttit at lent on»hiif of the 
oeeiRfrentiie of the Bam Neek 
fieillty wtHM he revelled ae 
iurpiuii and thit Ae eoiital 
land area of Ae Seek lay 
National Wildlife R^e eould 
be ytlliied for day^uie 
reereatien without any 
eeologleil diativbinee to the 
letuai refuge portion of that 
viBt holding, ror both diy ind 
longor-atiy Mrk men. there 
iro alroaly 171 miloi of 
oooanfrenting itito ind 
Fodon i*ownod lind ^uHo 
imtlir to Um rilM Cipo irN 
ind within ■ two'hour 
lutofflobUo drive of Vlrglnii 
Boaeh. 

Praiidant Nlxen In i 
robruiry IITI environment 
momgo to CongroM pointed 
out that "onHhtrd of aU Ute 
land In tho United SUtM U 
ownad by tho roderil gevim* 
mmt, thit thouundi of loraa In 
tho hurt of motropolltin irMi 
iro rei«vod for only minimal 
UM by fidwil iMtillitloni and 
thit lueh lind ihoutd be 
iviluitod for trinifor, Mle or 
eonvenion to i bottor um." He 
ilio promlied to propoie 
rasiilition to MUUiih, for the 
flrit time, i progrim for 
roloeitlng foderil Initillitloni 
thit occupy looittoni thit oould 
bo bettor uiad fw oU)«r pur- 
poaai In tha pirtleulir oom> 
muRlty. 

I find It dlffloult to ballive 
Uiit rort Story oould bo riwwn^ 
to be even remotely noowMry 
to Uie U.S. d^nwo ind avon 
more dlffloult to btilova that i 
eomprohanilvely>oontrollod, 
diy-uN of the ooiatil Mnd irai 
of Ihi Biek Biy rg[u|o ind ■ 
hlghwiy ikmi the oontirMne 
to oonnoot wlw m N.O, hlghwiy 
eomlng from tho SouUi would 
eroita u oeologloil dlitur- 
bMM or Intorforo with the 
porminont or mlgritory 
witerfowl or other wildlife 
uateg Um marA and water 
iron of tho refuge, 

rerhtpi the t«« ovnrldtni 
roiaoM why the elUioni of 
Virginii Beieh ihould not 
forfflit iny furthir Uklng of 
noir oonnfroatigo for pirk 
UM ire (U yie wlvitoly^wnod 
oMMf roettt e u ilrn^^ tiio 
moA^MpMUvildi^enind In 
tho Olty ud la Uuroforo Uii 
gfMtoM kind of tu revMUi 
HMTitw to Mhedi (Md luoh 
mi liM^oyidM litM for tiit 
City'i only al^iifteint induitry i 
lorvlBg vieitloniri ind 
lourliti)ind(l)tfthtailrMdy 
HMil npoMlvo Mad of lind li 
niHhir ahortoBod la prtvitoly- 
owwd lupply to i^fonmoat 
taking (thui mmtot Um tix 
bMO lad taiorM^ no tix bill 
for iU tuBiyoro la the City), 



but it eould iIm he m oetui* 
oriented reiert, : Me Mid of 
"induitry" thit meit eeiii> 
muRitiM wn only dnim of 
hi^ngi one thit would 
generite greet Mieunti of iiil 
tax revenue (toupliti end 
vaeationen requipe no tiR fund 
expenditurei, welfire ete.). 
latere Memi to be no reuHi to 
doubt thit a earcrully> 
eontrolled plan, with een' 
lervatien prioritiea and 
eeologieal eonntderatieni 
aurroundini all of , the 
development eleeiMti, eouM ho 
deiiined wiA a no«oRieiiM 
loning and huilding eede 
written ipeeifieally for the 
Falie gape area tnat weuld 
the typiMi eontinued 



AdffliniftfBtion ii oenuaded of 
the validity of iueh "territorial 
imperative" and ia now eiii| 
phaiiiing program,! that will 
eneowage ownenhip sjf mm 
ineome individuale raMer Man 
prior pregrama of luhiidiied 
publie rental heueing, rent 
iupptttnenta ete, 

Ai Preaident Nixon and hii 
eeologiiti have alio noted 
"lie argument ii inerMS^ 
ingly heard that a fui^mp 
teTeontradieiienhaiarlMnh^ 
^een eeonemii griwtti ind the 
quiiity of life ' M thit to hive 
me we muit forMke the other." 
He betievea thit the anawer ii 
net to abandon growth, but ie 
ptdireel it and that we "ahouid 

turn lowifd ending eongeation ..„.. ».- ^^.^- . .^v . ^^ 
and eliminating ameg the wme devetepment to the jam of high 
reaervoir of inventive geniua ''•'"■"" "'' —'*'-' «im«.«i. 
that ereated Aem in the firat 
plaee":.: that eontinuei 
vigoreua eeenemie growth 
would iFovide ua wiw the 
meiHB to pay the additional 
eeata §f reeyeling, reuaing and 
riesveflng the by=produeta 
ffsffl euf refuae and thua 
"enrieh life and enhanee eur 
planet ai a piaee heaeitable to 
man,.," ile alM atatel, ". , .no 
matter hew many national 

Krka we buy and develop, the 
ily algnifieant environment 
for each of ua la that in whieh we 
ipend pwhapa 10 peremt of our 
time ' that la, eur homei, our 
plioei of work, ind the itreeti 
#«■ which wo ^iM," 

A oonceni thit we ihould 
addraii tha "totil en- 
vironment" ■ Qonilitlng of not 
only the oeologloil, but the 
Molil ind aoonomlo fiotori of i 
region • hii boon exproued by 
ilmoit every luthorlty (from 
former Interior SMrotiry UdiU 
to Vlea PrMldont Agnow, from 
ritiOarald Bomlii to Dr. 
Bi^ona P, Odum) ind not to i 
ploflomMt in^weh luoh m 
individual cimpilgni igilnit 
billboirdi, Igilnit tiia lorlil 
girbiga of overbold utility 
llnei ind, I would odd, 
movement! by i pirk luthorlty 
to eitibllih inothar park 
almply beoiuM i nwrby un- 
developed iraa l| at the 
moment bandy. (One of tho 
awkward parlli wlti) rMpMt to 
projecting in ecologlcilly* 
oriented pirk neir i 
motropolltin irM li the likely 
proipect thit luch i pirk would 
become i Mrt of irotaii|uo 
eeologleil Dlineylind - or • 
vlaitition there would hive to 
be M itrloUy conitrilned thit 
the ooit-baneflt ritlo woidd bo 
unicceptiblo ind would-ba 
vliltori would probiMy hive i ,„„^„ ^ ■«.,»«. 

more ehlsyrtli^in* ^Id-iBviroBmontll dimptlon^ 
ecological experlenoe from alroidy exlitlng In the 



„...,..y ind ««ded ^aure. 
ieientiata have reeentiy lenrned 
that marabea are eritiul Unki 
intheehainofeeologyandwo 
are new juatbeginnini to fully 
realiie m the aHimikiUve 
eapaeity of Ae environment ia 
limited and that Ae OMti of 
avoiding environmental 
damage will have to be worked 
into the prising ayatem, , ,iHd 
thoae it»na that are Aen too 
high prieed will aimply bo 
eliminated, 

The Palae Cape area eould bo 
made, I believe, a viable, 
ahoweiae model of how mm 
can oeeupy hla Intorititial nlohe 
wlAln a goograohie arM and 
not be hirmfw to Ao on*- 
vlronment and to oAor ipMlM. 
Such i diowciia Mmmunlty 
oould be of world-wide Intorut 
on Amorloi'i aoOA birthday • 
Juit thrM yMri from now. If Ae 
U,B. populiUon li to InorMM by 
100 million In Ae nntt M yMn, 
ind If the populition ia 
geogriphicilly dlitrlbutod 
ibout 11 It li now (79 poreoat of 
Ae pMple living in tho ooa< 
tlBontil ooiiUl ititM' eoiatal 
ireai) , Aen a model lueh aa Ae 
iforMild li ilrMdy wiy put 
duo. 

SoflM of our oltlimi, In Aeii^ 
quite undariAndiUe ornioon 
with acologlflil hilanoo, w lB 
ipwk innnt Ao dovolopRioat 
of Ao rilN Cipo irM for 
humin occupincy, but more< 
ind more concerned citlimi 
ire tilt becoming iwire Ait 
undeveloped iron em be 
developed for humin oo< 
cupiney without eeologleil 
dliruptlon by Ae ImpMltloa of 
^orollne nning end building 
regiditioM deugnod tw Ae 
ipeoiflc irei ind more ind 
more ooneeraed clthwni ire 
now demindtniof Ailr public 
offlolili Ait Mtectlve pluudng 
efforti be exerted to MrrMt the 



leelng i good eeologleil film In 
color.) 

While we oould ill igrM Ait 
It li eminmtly proper Ait 
public pirki Ihould bo 
provided, where prlvito 

Sroperty la to be tikM by the 
tite for whiAvor purpoM, Ae 



developed irMi. 

It ippMH Alt Ae loMl 
lutheritin hive m fir flopped 
biok ind forA between nAer 
dilute end llmpltatle pwltiom In 
Ae mittor of Ae mpoiod Btito 
Uklng In Ai rilN Cipo irN 
ind All Midd hive rNtdted 



Vandals' parents should pay eosfs 



^ Ao tuny proooBt Mfaora of 
MiM land Md A^ holn Md 
Ao v«y iffluMt wUl hive ovm 
I lUght hope of over boiag iWe 
to own ff OVM rMt lueh in 



oblliitlen of Ae StiA to ihew bMiuM AI eltlMM of VlrSnli 
lubllo nNOMlty would aeem to Boieh hive not glvM Mid 

luthorlty I elMr aiinil of how 
Aoy fed. end Ao look of luM 
lignite miy hive rMultod frm 
eitlHni not being iwiro Ait 
luoh Uklng trovirwKAmiHglr 
In Aotr dlifivor, lliM^oro, I 
urge Ae CouneU/1>t Vlriinli 
BMoh A Mjoin Ao StiA mm 

fUft^Br^MMllltWM or "OM* 

dimnitwiif A the filM Oipo 
irM ud to AMlotennlM if 
Port Btwy ein be uquirod^ 
glvm to Ae BUta fw jBliniiBg 
Mte gMMoN Pull ud, u 
lueoeiiful th><rilio Cipe 
propertiei ilfeidy "tikoa" 
from Ae ownwi ihouU ba 
CMVoyed bwk A Aom by the 
gtito. 

RMpoetfully youra, 

Donald Webb 

RmI Katite Conatdtut 



JO eloir, eertiin, MrrMt ind 
lottled long ige. Hie bold ind 
irrogint power poAntiili 
Implleit in the Park Con* 
demnitlon Aet would not mm 
to be wirrintM limply m the 
greundi thit publie pirki ire 
oMirible, iAm evm Ae nuit 
rlghtMui ud dodleited ^ mu 
• whloh I am e«^dMt our 
Stite'i D^MrtmMt of Pirki 
hii • ou err A JudgomMt ud. 
thorefcra^ In doeUlena regard* 
IM ilM, number, end loutlon 
ofpirki ud Artr rtfitioaihlp 
to whit ilrMdy li in publA 
ownwihlp, MMh dMliloni muit 
bo mida aubjMt to review ^ 
Aa tooil olUiOBB iffMtad. 

The Pilie Cipo irai 
roDrMuti in ^nierttmlty to not 
omy provide Munle, yMr- 
irouno living for muy po^o, 




A Ow NMetnon DnHtttHl Te SHvlfit 
Noph 6f tht Clf ^ of mtnii Bmeh 
^ iiueniMC seti 

III NOMmaiil Ha., VIrilnM Ottth, Virili^M 11411 

Puillihed every Pn«n»4ie.Mio 

^Hiridiy by Deir Oavid Poole, Oeneril Menaeer 

PlAlleitlen k RMlo inc. Auby Join ^Itllpt. ^inaoing Editor 

gMoN eliH ^rtiie N^^ * 

OlVlrilnleliMh; 

VInlnii. Hoflfte de- **»S^ mm 

NMredfOeontioir wSmSSmt 18 

fjenAiilniieMpy otamrum- IH 

vtriifiia ^mt AMtial^n 



' <ia»eaa>» a a e <* »*»<H>»»» 



The pMple of Virginia Beach 
ippirutly fMl vary itrongly 
ibout public fundi being laent 
to roMlr dimige ciuMd by 
vudillim. RNponn to the 
quNtion of Ae put two wMki 
mido All point porfNUy clear, 

Only one rMdor rNpondM 
unfiveribly to Ae quMUont 
"ghould the StiM Cede be 
ommdod to rilM Ae reim- 
tenuimt for vindallam from 
nOO to 11,0007" 

And that ruder Indleited on 
Uie qMoUonnilro Ait Ae^ 
pwttmt vote woe mioe oeeiuie 
the ititutmt did mt inrtude 
vindaUam "by ehll^en". 

Dmplte Ae tut thit the 
quettlm ippwrtd the ftrit 
WNk wlA I typoiriphlcil trrw 
. it md from INO to 13,000 
riAtr Au tho pr^oeed li,MO • 
molt reideri ij^roved of the 
btUwimounl. ^ - 

In fict. meet ip^ved of 
oven higher peniltiei. One 
ayuiMod Alt It bt 11,000 
Aneth« noiM definite ipprovil 



of 11,000 "by 111 mMni", And 
yal anoAer, who at the liit 
minute apparently ^tted hla 
eemmeni on the lealed en= 
velnpe, lald quite vehemently 
••YSI, and MORS IP 
NEEDED," (Bet the mailman 
wudorad wbit thit wai ill 
abouti) 

Some bollev^ thm ahouid be 
no flnanfilal llmltitioni at aU. 

"■my the llmiit" arited one, 
who went on to lay Ae relm- 
bur«emeni fur vandallim 
Ihould "Mvcr extMt of damage 
■ttf faBlacemwrt ooit " 

AnoAer eommul! "Wiy tht 
Wit* Uw arblU-arlly timlu 
parMti' rNponaiblUiv to the 
magi? figurn of WO li legally 
fruMUng U would mike mere 
jieiiiw to chang« the legal figure 
to full recovtfy for vandallim 
dami^ ' 

In u lelM note, All Mme 
rfider eommented on the 
••clever cirtoon" puMlihed in 
lait week'i Inm of the iun It li 
unforiuniie thai w» were 



unible to VfodH the hudhMrfc 
of Ai irtlit but tho ahiAh oamo 
to ui A the matt, uaaqpiod' 

"Dioy My apAtuN (oirtoon) 
ii wtfA I AoMiBd wordi A 
oAiMtAgiAd iBiktag people 
iwtfi," thli ludir wrote. 

Wo «rM^ MiBii^ Ae 
UmeUde&itieiudMAok 
In miUng lUggMttoni for 
future oirtoui. The 
M^otloM ueitf wrtl toudod 
iM tlieu^ futuro work euaot 
bo the work o( Ao euM MM, 
iAm he^io A^aaoaynoH^ Ike 
Ultor wtt AM Ae Mmi lA- 
mittod to tho Bhb*i irt fliMAr 
uut NO vi^t ho OMUi t9 wiA. 
Many Ai^. 

We're Modag ut ib^m 
oneof AeWMAiawe*. tt 
hii boM Jait ibout i year itBM 
tUi quoMoii ftftt nn ud Ao 



eroHfa^ eueeilvo mptny, _^ • if 

isiiisc'&Tr:^ Police morae fow 

toUtag ui more oloiriy every ■ ^^■»^^ iifwo ^iw .www 



day Alt for boA uAuto ud 
huniB bolngi, porMnilly- 
ooBtreUod (owned) MrrlArtM 
(hewlRg) of Ao Adivtduil'i 
oholM (brtir pMoh, moodow, 
i^ttaAA, aoMhoro m otter) 
MO «iMo tfgB^ut A doAr* 
nAiu iM quayty of Aolr 
aMrtfludpk ylAalkMl A.Tho 
Pedoril HouilBg 



To Ae Editor: 

gevMil fietm QUbrlbuto to 
low mwile A Ao Vlr^A 
Bueh pollN d^rtinut. It A 
not goAg A Improve bOMiM of 
look of puUMty. 

Long bouri, extri work 
without overtime piy, 
Aire^oM from Ao pimA, 



Inept 
Judieliry, 



SURVEY 



^UN M aqMvo iMi Am^ 
aty CMBrt'i Aww MoBd^r A 
keep Ae r^ epoB IMA 
bitwoet. Well 



QUHTIONi De you ipprevi the CIty'i 
deeWon to Intetvine In legil utlon, If It 
osmes, to keep ■lek Boy Wildlife Refugo 
open to vehAuler treff A? 
yeui eonamto iad rigaed Alien would be ippreelited Uw. 

VES D NO n 

Op Ml (UM to VIMINIA BUM SUN, 



proeoeutori, lenient 
rouriAti M A^ 

tower to mike irrMA. 
iMrdoui dukH, tow pay ipd 
m mall a aAff Im Ae lAo of 
tho ^^ are MRte of tho ruMM 
Ar the poM moNto, Wo who 
pay thi^ mAiAi MO iMkig M 
uMitlitietory birgili A 
towwod pdAo protoo^, lU 
bouMO «w dM't^ oiff peto 
the lupport Aoy aud A 
MMoi^ aortic Ik^ AiUm. 
l%o lirauN A Mil iititi 
ttMO wW be wMAd If w 
pwrnlt Ae pjMm foru to 
ootMtorito, tho Btoi^ ip- 
^^ited by tMi iM rlM 
rimdd be loed to hire nore 
p^t^H, wH to piy Ar Uivei 
mA Ulratti In lioM who ooidd 
do AUr JoM ^ M w^ by 
miAu Ailr own do^riou 
ibout Ao AagA of Aefar hair or 



Tl^iyra, 

Nonry C. Mvik, DDS 



J 



, -4 



Planners approve new medical facility 



By DONNA HENORICK 

The Planning Commiasioii 
Tuesday approved a use 
permit for construction of a 
100-bed convalescent and 
extoided care facility near the 
G«ieral Hospital of Virginia 
Beach over oppositiMi from 
the hospital and another ex- 
tanded care cento- in the area. 

The Commission approved 
the application of United 
Medical Associates Ltd. for 
the second time Tuesday. The 
CcHnmission had previomly 
an>roved the use permit, but 
City Council had referred the 
application back to the 
Commission on February 12. 

Council had questioned 
s<Mne of the details of the 
approved application, in- 
cluding dedication of right of 
way, traffic cmigestion in the 
area and the need for another 
medical facility there. 

Attorney Grover Wright^ 
representing the General 
HospiUl of Virginia Beach, 
said that Council sent the 
application back to the 
CkKnmission partly because no 
recommendations had been 
received from the Tidewato- 
Hegional Health Planning 
Council on the new facility. 

"We're not in opposition," 
Wright said, "but we're here 
to endorse good health 
planning. We ask that a 
decision be deferred until the 
information is infrom the 
Health Planning Council." 

Edward Brogan, 
representing the applicant, 
said that United Medical 
Associates had written to the 
Health Planning Council on 
February 22 asking for its 
recommendations, but had 
received no reply. 

Jesse Dun woody, 
representing Medicenters of 
America, also opposed the 



appUcation. Dwwoody said 
that Medicenten operatM an 
extended care fadUty tai the 
hoipital area with only a a 
per cent bed ooaqMney rate. 
He said that the propoaed new 
medical facUtty woiM cauN a 
"definite *T'*^t 'iw of aar- 
viwa."** 

APraOVED 

The CommiaainH also ap- 
proved appUciUioiis for: 

-l-Hariey V. Cole for a use 
pomlt to operate retail trailer 
sales and service at Lynn 
awres Drive and Boon^ 
Road. 

+k diange of aonbig trma 
residence suburban to genend 
commercial for Helen Lee 
DeFord for a shopping cent«r 
north of Vfaiinia Beach Blvd., 
across ^m Baker Road and 
east of Newtown Road. 

-t-Lynnhaven Louage fw a 
use permit for dandng and live 
entertainment b the S6uth 
Lynnhaven Mini Mall. 

-t- Herbert D. smith for a 
change of zoning from 
residence suburban to general 
industrial for an dectrical 
business in the London Bridge 
area on Potters Road. 

+A use permit for Robert L. 
Barnes to keep two calves on 
his property in the Woods 
Comer area of Kempsville. 

-«-Powell and Huntley, Inc., 
for a use permit to build 125 
townhouses in the College 
Park area of Kemi»ville. The 
applicant requested 155 
townhouses. 

+A change of zoning from 
limited commercial to general 
industrial for Brooks 
War^ousie Corp. in the ^r- 
port Industrial Park. 

-♦-Frank P. Grier for a 
change of zoning from 
residence suburban to limited 
commercial for pnqperty west 
of Kempsville Road and south 



City of tomorrow 
^ust be planned 



Of Indiaa Rhrer RomI in the 
Bonney'a Corner area of 
Kempsville. 

+A change of aoniag from 
residence sidmrhau to Umlted 
commercial to o>rrect a 
noncoBformlag use of 
property bdooging to Heivy 
md Betty Baltay M the in- 
tersection of NavtowB Boad. 
Haygood Road aiMl SuIUvan 
Blvd. near Arafona WQlage. 

+HasaeD E. PerreD for a 
change of sooing from 
residnce divlax to muUiple 
family residence and a use 
pemtit to build W apartments 
on neasore Rous* Road near 
Grecnwdl Road hi Bayiide 
Borough. The applicant 
reqiwsted 88 ^Mrtments. 

-t-Another diaaga of loning 
and use permit for Hassdl E. 
Perrell from residence 
sttbuilNm to multi|de famUy to 
build 12 additional apart- 
mlmts, in conjunction with 
existing apartments, north of 
Sttort Drive and west of 
Pleasure House Road in the 
Chesapeake Beach-Bradfrard 
Terrace area of Bayside 
Borough. The applicant 
requested 24 apartments. 

-<-A change of zoning from 
rural to suburban residence 
for Walke Farm Assoc, for 
property in the Witchduck 
Point area of Bayside 
Borough. 

+A change of zoning from 
residence dufdex to limited 
commercial for Marim Elnnis 
for a real estate office in the 
Hilltop Manor area on the 
comer of Hilltop Road and 
Laskin Road. 

-f-A use permit for Chrysler 
Realty Corp. to operate new 
car sales and service on 
Virginia Beach Blvd. and 7th 
Street. 

DENJED 

The Commission denied 
applications for: 

-t- James Proferes for a 
change of zoning from one 
family residence to motel- 
hotel for his property on Lake 



Holly on Arctic Avenue in tba 
Beach BonN«h. 

+A diange (tf zontaig from 
residence suburban to 
multiple family for 
Jack H. Harris and 
Albert' Lee Bonney Jr. and a 
use permit to build ISO 
townhouses and apartments 
on iHVH^aty souUi ol Princess 
Anne Road near Forest ^reet. 

+A change of zoning from 
suburban to diqdex for Carroll 
and Joaepbhie Danforth for 
pn^paty north oi Maryland 
court and west of South 
Surfside Avenue in the 
Croatan Beach area. 

-t-J.D. Baker fw a use 
p«init to stable two honm on 
property north of Norman^ 
Avenue and east of Avakm 
Avenue in Konpsville. 
+A change of zoning from 
multiple family and retail 
business to general business 
for Harvey W. Ginn for a 
llnee Giant oa the comer of 
Norfolk and Cypress Avenues. 

-I- A change of zoning from 
residence suburban to limited 
commercial for Jtmapit V. 
Anderson for an office park 
south of Princess Anne Road 
and west of Kempsville Road in 
the Kempsville-Fairfield 
area. 

-I-A change of zoning from 
residoice duplex to multiple 
family for Wamle E. Conley 
for property north of Slips 
Comer Road and west of 
Holland Road in Princess 
Anne Borough. 

DEFERRED 

The Commission deferred 
for 60 days the application of 
Virginia Beach Racquet and 
Swim Club for a use permit for 
a tennis and swim club in the 
Lynnwood-Lynndale Estates 
arek'of Lynnhavoi Borough. 
The Commission determined 
that the application was Med 
illegally because the 
organization applied as a 
corporation and is not in- 
corporated. The Commission 
allowed 60 days for the club to 
re-andy. 



Civic center 



says State (director rates approved 



"The city of 2005 will be the 
result of decisions made 
today," was the Oirvut of Robert 

Kirby's speech to the Virginia 
B<each Development CouncU's 

- Annual Banquet. Kirby is the 
Directdfof the Division of State 
Planning and Communitv 
Affairs, and^poke to the councU 
last Thursday at the Hilton 
Conference Center. 
In hts half-hour speechr 
Kirby congratulated the group 
on active community par- 

' ticipation in governmental 
affairs. "Many flne citizens 
have ttiingb to say," he told the 
30 some people in attendance. 
Kirby urged the group to 
contmue on its path of "par- 
ticiptory government" stating 
that "governmental groups 
don't have all the answers." 

Ex|daining to the group that 
"the decisions made by 
governmental groups have a 
permfment ^eet on the city," 
Kirby proposed, that the 
Developement Council, along 
with otho* area civic groups, 
propose the n^eds and 
4levek>pAent potential of the 
area. ^ - 

' "I^eldpe a set « goali," 
Kirby said, "set g6ids of 5, 10, 
and '25 years." He feels that 
with a s^-of -goals the city could 
see what direction it is headed. 
Both private and public con- 



Refuge 



. fcontinuad from pag« 1) 

to decide if the City has the right 
to limit vehicular access and-w 
diminate it. 

EthCTid^e r«nin(Jted CoimcU 
(tf its ten year effort to assist 
wildlife in Back Bay and added, 
"Without your efforts the refuge 
wouM not be what it is today." 

nioae favwing ctosure of the 
refi«e included Robert Cadan, 
representing ODU ECOS. 
RcmtaMfiag Coimcil of the years 
ECOS pnfwsed rtfv^ ekmrt 
he Mmmed iq) his pontkn by 
^ylng, "We feel there is 
w^^ new to say." f. 

Oonire svvpcHt also came 
from Mrs. Elizabeth Sills and 
Mrs. ^wn Skeppttioia. both of 
the Cinw^atwo. Coimcil (rf 
Vii^inia. Mrs. Sills said, "The 
donre » ki^ ovwdue, and 
totally in line with ixwedures in 
odmr national parks. It is, in 
fad, tbedBty d the Dqwrtment 
of lirtaier to prated nationd 
parks." 

Mn. Skeppdrmn safl her 
orgaatadion had, "..voted to 
support the Department of 
Ii^rior la any N^ adion..." 
r«ratta« firem the adiedded 
dorare. 



cems shou^ undertake the 
devek>pmaitJ of sudi a system 
the veteran ft some 15 years d 
community planning tdd the 
Council. 

Kirby told tiie Council to 
"suggest public meetings.,. give 
the people the opportunity to 
expeis what'a tm tbdr mind." 

"What do the petqtle want in 
the city in the n«tt five to 25 
years?" . 

The speed) went on to explain 

that the meetings shodd be hdd 
at times convenient to the puUic 
and that the findhigs of the 
meetings shodd be transmitted 
to City CouncU. 

"You wodd have a pddic 
statement of (citizen) 
I»iorities," he explained. With 
tills type of statement, the 
council wodd have an idea d 
what citiMns fed are the mod 
pressing needs in a certain time 
frame. 

Kirby stressed the need bxe 
close ties bdween civic groups 
and the planning department — 
and the cooperation d k>cd 
governments and regional 
{danners. 

"Look at governmental 
proUons on a regiond basis." 
he stated and needed that 
regioBd plannhig luive no d- 
ficid coimectkMi tm'what kicd 
govoTunents do-actii^ ody in 
an advisory capadty. 

Sports 8peak£f8 

The Virginia Beach Sporta 
Club will be brided on the 
l^ysicd education fnogram in 
the city's public sdMds when 
it meds Tuesday at the ocean 
Hearth Redaurant. 

Gued tpaSun for the 12:30 
p.m. meeting will be Stephen 
Oiipok and William Garrison, 
respective Supervisors of 
l^iysicd ed u cation and hedth 
in tbe dty's dementary aid 
secondary schools. 



City CouncU approved a 
schedule d rental rates for the 
Virginia Beach Civic Center at 
Monday's session. The rates 
were effective as d January 
1st, 1973. 

According to the rate 
schedde, most rentals wOl fall 
into the I20O to 9300 category, 
depending upon the use 
requested. The most expoisive 
rate is for d» Saturday night 
usage d the Dome for a private 
dance or banquet, for which a 
$400 chai^ will be l«riad. 

The redd ratca for private 
dances and banquela varies 
between three and four hmdred 
ddlars per day: Benefits, 
charity dances and parttes can 
use die Dome for |3«K|2S0. 
Rents for trade dtows idll be 
8200 or 1300. 

Commercial show invmotions 
mustpay $350 or twdv c p ercent 
d their gross dter taxea, while 
non-commercid music or art 
dwws can use the center for 
1200 or $350. 1200 or 1250 will be 
charged if the Dome is to be 
medjarj^vic meetings ahd 
oernAn&. 

§tate or federd g2^mm€d 
sponsored evente can be held 
there far either a $125 or $200 
rentel fee.' Sporting event 
promoters must pay betweoi 
two and three bundled ddlars. 

Conventions will have free 
use d the facilities if thefr 
delegates pay for two hundred 
motd roimis bi the City for the { 
dght If the 2D0-room mininaim 
is nd met, conventioia will be 
diai^ dttwr $no or 1250. 

City government sanctioned 
evoits will be able to use the 
facility at no charge if apivoved 
by the City Manager. Meeii^ 
rooms win be set up for $25, ^, 
or $75, dependii^ on the ttoie 
used. 



Commercial trade shows 
runrang four or more days will 
bechargedaflat$200perday. If 
advance days are required to 
8e^up the facility, 25 per cent of 
Oie rental charge will be tadced 
on for each set-up day required. 
Food cato'ers must pay tm per 
cent d the nd food cost if they 
use the kitehen facilities. 



Man kUled 

The resort dty reoNrded its 
fourth traffic fatdity of the year 
Sunday evening. 

Officials say Tony Azro 
CdUns was struck down by an 
auto aa he attempted to cross 
file 700 block d S. BUlltary 
Highway. Collins, 47, d ile^ 
Drive, was pronounced dead oh 
arrival at Virginia Beach, 
Generd Hosfdtd. 'J 





feel that my experience 
qualifies me for the office tit 
sheriff. It is time for new, in- 
dependent blood in the. 
operation of this nffost im^' 
portant office." 



-35? 



SPECIAL MONTH - March has been .proclaimed by 
Mayor Robert B. Cromwell, Jr., as "Social Workers 
Mon h". Hampion-Roads Chapter National Association 
Siicial Workers representatives Sandra Quarles (left) and 
Reba Hicks witness the signing. 



New political 
group formed 



The United Citizen Group of 
Virginia Beach was founded as 
an active political organization 
at the first meeting March 4 at 
Union Kempsville Baptist 
Church, 

The organization will take an 
active pert in pditical action 
throughout the city, such as 
voter's registration, endorsing 
candidates for public office and 
drafting membiers of the black 
community to run for public 
office. 

Officers elected at the 
organizational meeting are: 
president, Harry L. Robinson; 
vice president, Augusta Brown; 
financial secretary, Alexander 
Woodhouse; treasurer, Robert 
Sparrow; corresponding 
secretary, Mrs. Vivian Taylor; 
recording secretary. Merlin 
Bell; assistant recording 
secretary, Mrs. Rose 
Washington. 

The United Citizen Group will 
meet once a month at locations 
to be announced. The public is 
invited to attend. 



THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973-PAGE 6 



IS 

Jimmie Merkle, 49, a native 
of Princess Anne County, has 
announced his candidacy for 
sheriff of the City of Viigida 
Beach. 

Merkle has owned a private 
detective bureau since 1949 in 
the city and will base his 
campaign on a new ad- 
ministrative program he hopes 
to implement in the city jail. 

Merkle's plan for the jail 
includes: A grievance com- 
mittee for prisoners, a work 
rdease program, a pre- work 
release program to be 
established through the 
Virginia Employment Com- 
mission, an updated prison 
library system, extended 
visiting hours for prisoners, 
guidance and counseling, ex- 
panded j«creatio|i and exercise 
programs using^-^bUc school 
recreation facilities. 

The projected jail programs 
would not cost taxpayers ad- 
ditional money, according to 
Merkle. 

"1 have worked in the in- 
vestigative field and have 
gained wide experience in this 
field and in the field of 
management," Merkle said. "I 



COMMONWEALTH OF ■]■ 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the. 
7th day of March, 1973. 
William Russell Fletcher, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Jean RIggs Fletcher,'!- 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit It 
to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be later 
merged Into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii fron\' 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertiof). 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
UNKNOWN, It is ordered' 
that she do appear here 



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within ten (10) days after 
due publication ttereof, and 
do wttat may be necessary 
to protect tier interest in 
this suit. 

A copy Teste: 
JOHN V.FENTRESS: 
CtERK 

BY: Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk 

Woodruff H. Griffin, p.q. 
210 Laskin Rd. 
Virginia Beacli, Virginia 
3-15,22,2»;4-5 (4t) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In ttie Clerk's Office of 
theCircuitCourtof ttteCity 
of Virginia Beacli, on the 
7th day of March, 1973. 
Clintora Askew, Plaintiff, 
against 

Moke Askew, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of continuous 
separation for over two 
years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident oil the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
710 Partridge Avenue, 
Chesapeake, Virginia, and 
that due diligence has been 
used by and on behalf of the 
plaintiff to ascertain in 
what county or corporation 
the defendant Is, without 
effect, not resident of the 
State of Virginia, it is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
Interest In this suit. 

A copy -Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY: SANDRAHARGROVE, 
0. Clerk. 

Bashara & Hubbard, p.q. 
Board of Trade BIdg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

3-15,22,29;4-5-(4t) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
7th day of March, 1973. 
Ralph Alan Fuentes, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Ann Newbaker Fuentes, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A Mesa 
Et Thoro to be later 
merged Into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
3940 Bess Road, 

Jacksonville, Florida, It is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest In this suit. 

A copy -Teste: 
JOHN V.FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY: Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk. 

Ansell, Butler & Canada, 
pq- 

433« Virginia Beach Blvd. 

. Virginia Beach, Virginia 

3-15,22,29;4-i(4t) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
Sth day of March, 1973. 
Mary Gold Herron Bryan, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Bennie Ernest Bryan, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
I fee the said plaintiff to 
obtain an annotment from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of fraudulently 
and deceitfully falling to 
consummate the subject 
marriage. 

And an affidavit having . 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, th« last^ khown 
post office address being 
Box 271,Orangedale Route, 
Oreen dove Springs, 
Florida, it is ordered that 
he doappear here within 10 
(ten) days after doe 
publication hereof, and do 
w^hat may be necessary to 
S" protect his Interest in this 
suit. 

A copy -Teste: 
JOHN V.FENTRESS, 
CLERK. 

Phyllis N.Styron, Deputy 
Clerk 

Mr. Glenn B. McClanan, 
Atty., p.q. 
51S0 Bonney Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3 15,22,29,4 S(4t) 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH 

In the matter of:» 
ADOPTION AND 
CHANGE OF NAME OF A 
CHILD TO BE NAMED 
KRISTEN MARA HARRIS 
CHANCERY NO. C 73-7JA 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

This day came the 
petitioners and 
represented unto the Court 
that the object of ttils 
proceeding is to effectuate 
the adoption of tfie above 
named infant by Thomas 
Arthur Harris and Doreen 
Carmen Narelle Hulse 
Harris, husband and wife, 
and to change the name of 
said infant to Kristen Mara 
Harris. 

An affidavit having been 
made and filed that ttie 
petitioners verily state that 
the natural father of said 



child, Alexander Beath 
Hulse, Jr., Is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, his 
last known post office 
address being 17 Brown 
Place, Red Bank, New 
Jersey 07701 ; it Is therefore 
ORDERED that he appear ' 
t>efore this Court within ten 
days after publication of 
this order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
Interests 4ierein. 

It is further ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion 
of this order be published 
once a week for four sue 
cesslve weeks, in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circulation In Tidewater 
Virginia. 

James M. Hubbard, Esp. of 
Bashara & Hubbard 
100 Board of Trade 
Building 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 
3-1S,22,29;4-5(4t) 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

CITY OF VIR<SINIA 
BEACH 

The following abandoned 
vehicle was removed from 
the streets of the City of 
Virginia Beach: 

1957, White and Aqua, 
Chevrolet, 4 Door Sedan, 
Identification Number 
VL57B240849. 

1962, White and Red, 
Chryslar, Sedan, Iden- 
tification Number 
8123207713. 

This vehicle has been 
removed to Wilson's Auto 
Service, 635 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia 23451. The owner 
or any person having 
security interest may 
claim this vehicle within 
three (3) weeks of the date 
of this notice by paying all 
towing, preservation, and 
storage charges. 

Failure by the owner or 
persons having security 
Interest to exercise their 
right to reclaim the vehicle 
within the time provided 
shall be deemed a waiver 
and shall be construed to 
the sale of the abandoned 
motor vehicle at a public 
auction. 

W.W. Davis, Colonel 
Chief of Police 
G.K. Bryan, Captain 
Commanding Officer 
Traffic Bureau 

3-I51T 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: 

In the circuit court of the ' 
city of Virginia Beach on 
the 9th day of March, 1973. 
In the matter of the 
adoption of Jason Monroe 
Kerrick and change of 
name to Jason Antony 
Terry 

IN CHANCERY 
NO- 73-242- A 

THIS DAY came the 
petitioners and represented 
unto the Court that the 
object of this proceeding is 
to effectuate the adoption 
of the above-named in- 
dividual by Margaret Steen 
Terry and Theodore Oliver 
Terry, husband and wife, 
and to change the name of 
said infant to Jason An- 
thony Terr, an affidavit 
having been made and filed 
that the petitioners verily 
state that the natural 
parents-of said child are 
not residents of tKe State of 
Virginia, their last known 
post office address being 
1605 St. Paul Street, 
Baltimore, Maryland, It Is 

ORDERED that they 
appear before this Court 
within 10 days after 
publication of this order 
and indicate their attitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption or otherwise do 
what is necessary to 
protect their Intersts 
herein. 

It is further ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion 
of this order be published 
once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having genecal 
circulation In the 
Tidewater Virginia area. 
ENTER this day of March, 
1973., --v 

A Copy Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clark 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
I ASK FOR THIS: 

WIN STOW 0. SNIO€R, 
Atty. 

5209 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
va. Btachh, Va. 
3 15,a3,29,4-5-4T 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATfOM 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Courtof the City 
of Virginia Beach on the 
12th day of March, 1973. 
Nancy J. James, Plaintiff 
against 

Keith P. James, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to oobtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the ««id defendant, upon 4 
the grpunds of desertion on 
January 18, 1973. 

And an affidavit having 
been made ^nd filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last kiiown 
post office address being: 
6408 130th Street, Ed 
monton, Alberta, Canda. 

it is ordered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy -Teste: 
JOHN V. FENRESS: 
CLERK 

By: Sandra Hargrove D. 
Clerk 

Decker 8, Zoby 
900 Plaia One 
Norfolk, Virginia 

3,15.22,29,4 5 4T 



VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH. ON THE 12TH 
DAV OF MARCH, 1973 

In CManctry 
No. e73-»S 

LOUISE KRUTMAN, 
IRENE KRUT/AAN 
CONSTANTINE, 
FLORENCE J. KRUT- 
MAN, 

ROSE GRUNEISEL 
SCOTTO, and 
THOMAS TAMBURINO, 
Complainants, 
vs 

RICHARD F. BROUDY, 
Indivldually; 

RICHARO F. BROUDY, 
Alleged Executor of the 
Alleged Last Will and 
Testament of Anthony J. 
Gruneltel, deceased, 4421 
Hermitage Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
MITCHELL DEAN 
BROUDY, 4421 Hermitage 
Road, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; and 
STEVEN LEE BROUDY, 
4431 Hermitage Road^ 
Virginia Beach, Virglnla'; 
and 

RENEE SCHRIEBER, 
3714 Beechwood Drive, 
Fairfax, Virginia; and 
MARY VALENTINE, 2705 
Pioneer Avenue, Norfolk, 
Virginia; and 
ELIZABETH JONNS, 1460 
Briarcliff Point, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; 
VERNON VALENTINE, 
2705 Pioneer Avenue, 
Norfolk, Virginia; and 
LAWRENCE JONNS, 1460 
Briarcliff Point, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
MARY HOFHEIMER,4332 
Wishort Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
BERT CHASE, 5228 West 
Lake Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
INA M. BROUDY, 4421 
Hermitage Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
ANITA CHASE, 5228 West 
Lake Road, Virginia- 
Beach, Virginia; and 
JEAN WALLACE, Address 
Unknown; and 
PARTIES UNKNOWN, 
Defendants. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to impeach' the Last Will 
and Testament of Anthony 
J. Gruneisel, probated in 
ttie Circuit Courtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, on the 7th day of 
April, 1972, upon a hearing 
devisavit vel non, upon the 
grounds of testamentary 
incapacity and fraud and 
Inducement, the com- 
plainants having asked for 
a hearing by jury. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and signed that 
JEAN WALLACE, Address 
Unknown, Is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, and 
that there are or may be 
other persons interested In 
the subject matter of this 
suit, all of whose names 
and last known post office 
addresses are unknown, 
and they are made parties 
defendant to this suit under 
general designation 
"Parties Unknown". 

It Is hereby ORDERED 
that this Order of 
Publication be published 
once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks In the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published In the 
City- ot--VUpglnl»-Beach^- 
Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
Clerk 

By: Phyllis N. Styron 
Deputy Clerk 
Mattox, Sonde! 8. Young, 

pq- 

Post Office Box 968 
Portsmouth, Virginia 23705 
3-15,22,29 454t 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of V4i-glni8 Bech^ jQiL the 
28th day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATON 
Malay LaVelle Nugent, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Barbara Ann Nugent, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro, to be merged upon 
proper application into a 
divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii frpm the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit been 
made and filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, the 
last known post offlct 
address being: 10319 
Normandy Boulevard, 
Jacksonville, Florida 23331 

It Is ordered tftat 
she do appear here 
within ten (10) days aHer 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

Murphy, Bennett t, Gorry 
3330 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
, A copy— Teste: 
John V. Fentrees, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy, Clerk 

-38,^22,294T 

. 'I I II 
Commonwealth of 

Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Courtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
26th day of February, 1972. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Lura Kay Hoffman, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Peter Michael Hoffman, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from tt»e said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
oeen made and filed that 



due diligence has 
been used by or In- 
beMK of the complainant 
to ascertain in which 
county or corporation the 
defendant Is without effect, 
the iKSt known post offica 
address being: 304-33rd 
Street, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

It is ordered that 
he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest In 
this suit. 
Oslo H. ay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy-^-Teste: 
John V, Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Frultr Deputy 
Clerk 
38,15,22,29-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
28th day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Venola L. Lizut, Plaintiff, 
against 

Otto Henry Liiut, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit I* to 
obtain a divorce «, vinculo 
matrimonii from the skid 
defendant upon the 
grounds of two years 
continuous separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
P.O. Box 24, Newpark, 
Pennsylvania 17352. 

It Is ordered that 
he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

Brydges, Broyles 8> 
McKenry 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy— Teste; 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy, Clerk 

3-8,15,22,29 4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Courtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
37th day of February, 1973. 



ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Katharine R. Johnson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

James D. Johnson, Jr., 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be later 
merged Into a divorce A 
vmcuio Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being : 
Rear 993 Perry Highway, 
PIttsburgh.j Pennsylvania. 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, It Is ordered 
that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest in 
this suit. 
Robert Cromwell 
P.O. Box 5533 ^ 
Virginia Beach, VA 
A copy— Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

By: Sandra Hargrove, 
D. Clerk 
3-8,15,32,29-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the C Ircult Court of the City 
of Vriglnia Beach, on the 
1st day of March, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
J»ck Edwin Pringle, 

pralhtlff; 

against ' 

Ruth Ann Prtngle, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of two (2) years 
continuous separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being : 
41S-11th Aenue, Juniati', 
Altoona, Pennsylvania 
16601. 

It Is ordered that 
she do appaar here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her Interott In 
this suit. 

Brydges, Broyles & 
Mcenry 

1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy— Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By^ J. CurtH Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

3 8,15,33,39-4T 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Courtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
6th day of March, 1973. 
Ann E. Davis Moyer, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

John W. Moyer, Defendant. 

ORDEROF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of two year 
separatkm. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
ttie defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 



Route 1, Box 63. 4th 
Avenue, Salby On The Bay, 
Edgewater, Maryland, It Is 
ordered that he do appMr 
hfre within fen (10) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
Interest in this suit. 
* Acdpy-Tetfa: 

JOHNV.FENTRE«S: 
CLERK 

BY : LydIa Hargrovf, D. 
Clerk. 

Janet Burf, p.q. , 
1369 Laskin Rd. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

3.8,15,22,29.(4t) 
■Mi^^^^MiiMii>MaMMB<iaaB 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of tbs 
City of Virginia Beach on 
Itie 37th day of February, 
1973. 
IN THE MATTER OF: 

Petition of WILLIAM 
WELLINGTON CHARL- 
TON, JR. for the adoption 
of KIMBERiV ANNS 
BOOTH, and for • 
change of nam* of laid 
child to KIMBERLY 
ANNE CHARLTON. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
C73-163B 

The object of this 
proceeding is the adoption 
of KIMBERLY ANNE 
BOOTH, minor daughter of 
Sarah Booth Charlton and 
Jerry Don Lance, and 
change of name from 
Kimberly Anne Booth to 
KImberly Anne Charlton; 
consent to said proceeding 
by the said Jerry Don 
Lance being required by 
Section 63.1 - 335 Of the 
Code of Virginia as 
amended. AND an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed in this proceeding 
that Jerry Don Lance Is not 
a resident of this state and 
his last known address was 
CO University of Alabama 
Dental School, Bir- 
mingham, Alabama. On 
consideration whereof, it is 
ordered that the said Jerry 
Don Lance appear within 
ten days of the due 
publication hereof, and do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest herein. 

ENTER: 
A Copy Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
I ask for this: 
C. Clark Laster 
3 8,15,33,39-4T 

VIRGINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE 

JUVENILE AND 
DOMESTIC RELATIONS 
COURTOF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE Sth DAY OF March, 
1973. 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA. 

In re Ricttard Denial 
Hohner 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
proceeding is to separate 
the above named Infant, 
child of Charlotte Gibson 
and Raymond Hohner, 
permanently from its 
parents, and to commit 
said infant to the care and 
custody of the Virginia 
Beach Department of 
Social Services with the 
right of said agency to 
consent to the Infant's 
adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Charlotte Gibson and 
Raymond Hohner are 
proper parties to this 
proceeding; but due 
diligence has been ustd to 
ascertain in what county or 
corporation they are, 
without eHoct, It Is OR- 
DERED 'that Charlottf 
Gibson and Raymond 
Hohner do appear hart 
within ten days after dui 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect their ihternt In this 
suit. 

A COPY TESTE: 

GERALD F. WILLIAMS. 

-CtEltK — T 

BliubottiE.Hanloy 
Deputy Clark. 
Jeanne F. Gtldlno. 
Department of Soctol 
Services 
(Petitioner) 
3-8.13,a3.a9(4t) 

VIRGINIA 
IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA , 
BEACH ON THE 3ND DAY 
'^OF MARCH, \m 
DOROTHEA CAPPS 
LOIS CAPPS POLK 
Complainants, 

V. 

NAPOLEON 
BONAPARTE CAPPS 
INEZ CAPN HVMAN 
RICHARD CAPPS 
HERBERT CAPPS 
ARMELITA CAPPS 
WILLS 

OAVIO CAPPS, JR. 
VIVIAN CAPPS DAVIS 
MARION CAPPS DAVIS 
HELEN CAPPS 
ROBERSON 

Defendants. 

IN CHANCERY 

NO. C7M9 

ORDER OF 
PUtLICATION 

The obioct of the above 
styled suit Is to partition 
real property located In Itie 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia and commonly 
known and numbered as 
104 s. Birdneck Read, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It appearing by affidavit 
filed accordlns to law that 
David Capps, Jr. and 
Vivian Capps Davis, 
defendants herein, vu non- 
residents of the Com- 
monwealth of Virginia, It Is 
therefore ORDERED that 
the said DavM Ca^s, Jr. 
and Vivian Capps Davis do 
appear within 31 days after 
due publication of this 
order in the Clerks Offica of 
the said Court and do what 



is necessary to protect 
their raspoctlve Intarastt. 
And It la further OR- 
DERED that th)s ardor bo 
published onca t wook for 
four succosslM wooks in 
the Virginia Boach Sun, a 
newspaper published In the 
City of Vlrgmta Boach, 
Virginia. 

A Copy Taste: 
John V. Fentress, Clark 
By J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Murphy, Bennett & Ooery 
UM PacWIc Avenue 
va. Beath. Va. 
I4,15,33,2»-(4t) 

VIRGINiOA: 

In the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Boach on 
the 38th day of February, 
197J. 

LAURALEE CHANDLER 
DUNN 
-VS. 

WILLIE THOMAS 
GARRISON, at als. 

IN CHANCERY 

DOCKET NO. 1MIS 

OROiR OF 

PUBLICATION 

The oblact of this suit it 
to effect partition amont 
the owners, by sale or 
otherwise, of certain real 
property, containing fifty 
(SO) acre* more or less, 
located in Pungo Borough, 
in the City of Virginia 
Btach, Virginia, and 
known as Route No. 3 Box 
300«A Mill Landing Road, 
(fronting 1,600 faet more or 
less thereon), which is 
more fully described In a 
deed dated March 34, 1915, 
from W.A. Capps and Alice 
V Capps, husband and 
wife, to William Lee 
Garrison and recorded In 
the Clerk's OHIce of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
in Deed Book 97, page 304, 
of which William Lee 
Garrison, died seized and 
possessed. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed' that 
Guy Garrison Chandler, If 
he be living, is not a 
resident of this State and 
that his last known post 
oHIce address is 537 North 
98th Street, Mesa, Arizona 
85301; and an affidavit 
having been made and filed 
that here are persons who 
may have an intarest in 
this subject matter to be 
divided who are not 
residents of this State, and 
whose names and last 
known addresses are 
Sylvia Churka, 5641 Eddy 
Straet, Chicago, Illinois 
60634; Richard Dwayne 
Chandler, 5641 Eddy 
Street, Chicago, Illinois 
60634; and Inez Lea 
Chandlar, 537 North 98th 
Street, Mesa, Arizona 
8S301; and that the bill 
having been amended to 
Itali thoMhara »r» or may 
be oher parsons InToristod 
In the subject matter to be 
divided whose names are 
unknown and making them 
parties Defendant by the 
general dascrlptlon of 
Parties Unknown and an 
affidavit having boon made 
and filad that they aca 
unknown, such unknown 
parties being the widow, 
heirs, devises and suc- 
cessors In title of Guy 
Garrison Chandlar, who 
left his home In Mes^, 
Arizona In April, 1971, and 
has not bean heard from 
since. 

It is ORDERED that the 
nonresident Defendants, 
Guy Garrison Chandler, 
Sylvia Churka, Richard ' 
Dwayne Chandlar, Inat 
Lea Chandlar. and tha told 
persons made Dafondants 
by the general description 
of Parties Unknown do 
appear within ten days 
after due publication of this 
ordar fnd do what is 
nacfssary to protect his 
interests. 

It Is further ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion 
of this order be published 
once a week fo«- four suc- 
cessive wekks In The 
VJralnlL Ifich Sun, a 
newspaper putollshod Inlha 
City of Virginia Baaeh. 
Virginia. 
A Copy Tette: 
John V. Fentrau, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
i ask for this: 
Robert L. Simpson. 
Esquire 

Enter: 

34.1S,a3.39-4T 

VIRGtMIA: 

In the Clark's Offic* of 
the Juvonlla and Domaatk 
Relations Court of the city 
of Virginia B««ch, on the 
37th day of Fabrutry. ms. 
COiMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In f Baby Girl Van- 
Frank 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The obioct of this 
proceeding Is to Moarate 
tha abovg named intant. 
child »f Judith vonFrank. 
permanently from its 
parent, parejits, or 
guardlon and to commit 
said Infant to the care and 
custody of the Virginia 
Baach Department of 
Social Sorvlces with the 
right of Sfld agancy to 
consent to the Infant's 
adoption. 

An an affidavit having 
been made and fllad that 
Ray Taylor is a proper 
party to this prooading; 
but due diligence- has boon 
used to ascertain In what 
county or corporation he is, 
without effect. It is OR- 
DERED that Ray Taylor 
do appaar here within ten 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A COPY TESTE: 
Gerald F. Williams, Clerk 
Elizabeth C. Hurley, 
Deputy Clerk 

Barbara J. Price, D.S.S. 
(Petitlonar) 

3-is,ia.ja-4T 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Virginia: 

Notice la herein given 
that on Wednesday, March 
21, 1973,at 10:00 A.M. in the 
City Council Ch.-,tibers In 
the Administration 
Building at the Municipal 
Center, Princess Anne 
Station, Virglhia Btach, 
Virginia, 

The Planning Com- 
mission of the City of 
Virginia Baach will meet In 
accordance with Virginia 
Coda Section 15.1431 (as 
amended) for the purpose 
of holding a public hearing 
of the proposed new 
Compi'ohansive Zoning 
Ordinance and the 
proposed Official Zoning 
Mapa af the City of virslnia 

Baach. 

Tha proposed Com- 
prehensive Zoning Or- 
.dinance and proposed 
Official Zoning Maps are 
intandad to replace, affer 
adoption, the present 
Mastqr Zoning Plan of the 
County of PrincoM Anne 
and the Master Zoning 
Ordinance of ths resort 
City of Virginia Beach and 
related zoning maps 
currently in effect. 

Tha proposed Com- 
prehensive Zoning Or- 
dinance text is available 
for perusal at all Virginia 
Beach Public Libraries, 
Office of the City Clerk and 
tha Office of the Depart- 
ment of Planning. The 
proposed OHIciai Zoning 
Maps are on display for 
public viewing March 8, 
1973 through March 21, 1973 
between the hours of 9:00 
A.M. and 8:00 P.M., 
Monday through Friday, 
and 10:00 A.M. and 3:00 
P.M. on Saturday In the 
Administration BOiidIng, 
Municipal Center, Princess 
Anne Station, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. 

All person* who wish to 
appear before this hearing 
may register at 9:00 A.M., 
March 31, 1973 In the City 
Council Chambers. 

All interested persoivs 
are Invited to attend. 
Charles C. Carrlngton 
Director of Planning 

3-8,152T 



NOTICE 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of 
the Cqundl of the City of ' 
Virginia Beach will be held 
in the council Chambers of 
the Administration 
Building. City Hall, 
Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
on Monday, March 36, 1973, 
at 3:00 P.M. at which time 
the following applications 
will be heard: 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

1. Application of Chrysler 
Pealty Corperatloiv by H^ 
Cfe'*'in Spain, Attorney, for 
a USE PERMIT to operate 
a new ca" sales and service 
on certain property located 
on the Sou**'«ast corner of 
Virginia Be« h Boulevard 
and Seventh STI eet (Plat of 
Sunnybrook) ru, ning a 
distance of 435 feet along 
the South side of VIrgkila 
Beach Boulevard, running 
a distance of 518 feet along 
the East side of Seventh 
Street, running a distance 
of 43S feet along the 
Southern property line, and 
running a distance of 518 
feet along the Eastern 
proparty line. Said parcel 
Is known as Lots 1 through- 
17 and 33 through 39. Block 
35. Plat of Sunnybrook, and 
contains 5 acres more or 
less. (Sunnybrook Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

3. Application of Brooks 
warehouse Corporation for 
a CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Limited Commercial 
District 3 (C-L 3) to 
General industrial District 
3 (M-13) on certain 
proparty located on the 
West side of Diamond 
Springs Road beginning at 
a point IIS feet mora or less 
south of Haden Road, 
owning odlatancaAf 463.32 
feat a Ions the West side of 
Diamond Springs Road. 
runntiHi a distance of 413 
feet along the Northern 
property lino, running a 
distance of 9M f aot more or 
less along the Western 
property line (Lake 
Whitehurst), running a 
distance of StS.VS feet along 
the Southern proparty line. 
Said parcel contains 4.3 
acres more or less.. (Air- 
port Industrial /-'Park- 
Diamond Springs Homes 
Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 
Richard J. Wabbon 
aty Clark 

34>1S-iT 



COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIROfNIA I 

in tha Clark's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 1973. 
Chariane Adkins Pooie, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Raymoitd Wilburn Pooie. 
Jr., Defendant. 

ORDRROF 
PUBLICATION 

Ttgi obiect of this suit is 
to Mtain a divorce a mensa 
et there from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being : 
Route 1, Cross Plain. 
Tennasaae 37049. 

It is ' ordered that 
he do appear here 
within after due 

publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his intoreat in this 

suit. 

A copy -Teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit. Deputy 



Clerk. 

Owen. Guy, Rhodes 8. Betz, 
211 independence 
BoOlavard . , , , 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3-1,8,15,22 41 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the C ircult Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
20th day of February, 1973. 
James Lutreil Richardson, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Virginia P Pannell 

Richardson, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

The obiect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of two years 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is a non- 
resldant of the State o» 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
939 Coast Boulevard, 

Laloia, California. 

It is ordered 

that sh# do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest in this suit. 

A copy Teste: 
John V.Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Brydges, Broyles 8, 
McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3-1,8,15,22-41 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of 
theCircultCourtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 1973. 
Richard E. Lisenby, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Valerie D. Lisenby, 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of thissult is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
No. 40 4th Avenue, New 
London, Connecflcutt 
06330. 

It I* Ordered that she 
do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due. 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her Interest In this 
suit. 

A copy -Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
¥y; J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Cox, Cox 8i Cox 
1518 Atlantic Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3-1,8,15,32-4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Courtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
23rd day of February, 1973. 
Peter F. Buono, Plaintiff, 
againsf 

Juanlta Buono, Defendant. 

ORDEROF 

PUBLICATION 

Tha^object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a men sa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by or In behalf of the 
complainant to ascertain In 
what county or corporation 
the defendant, Juanlta 
Buono, is residing, but 
without eHect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 605 Bishop Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to p(etect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy -Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

Bashara 81 Hubbard, p.q. 
Board of Trade Bulldini) 
Norfolk, Virginia 
3 1,8,15,22-41 

COMi^lMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

in fhe Clerk's Office of 
theCircultCourtof the City 
of Virginia Beech, on the 
23rd day of February, 1973. 
Stephen Howard Walker, 
Plaintiff, 
against " 

Linda Diane Walker, 
Defendant. . 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The obiect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro to be later merged 
into a decree of divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion as of 
September 13, 1973, or a 
divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii on the grounds 
of adultery as the evidence 
may disclose. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and ' filed 
that the defendant due 
dilligence has been 
used by or In behalf of the 
complainant to ascertain in 
which City or County the 
defendant is without effect, 
the last known post office 
address being: 1311 Pine 
cone Circle, Apt. 101, 
Virginia Beach. Virginia. 

It Is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
ttereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest in this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 

John V. Fentreu, Clerk 

j^y: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 



Clerk. 

Boyce & Spanoulis, p.q- 
105 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, ^ ^Virginia 

COMMONWEALTH OF ' 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office ot 
theCircult Courtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
33rd day of February, 1973. 
David Richard Brown, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Pauiette Brown, Defen- 
dant. • . . • 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is ' 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of two-year 
separation as provided in 
the Code of Virginia, 1950, 
as amended. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that _^- 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia^ the last known 
post office address being ; 
305 South Johnson Street, 
Urbane, Illinois. 

It is ordered that 
she do appear here 
within ten (10) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest In this suit. 

Acopy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk, 

Underwood, Byrd, Dins- 
more 8. Evans 
4630 Haygood Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3-1,8,15,32 41 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
20th day of February, 1973. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
Julia Harper Milburn, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

William H. Milburn, 
Defendant. 

The object of this swMs-^— 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the . 
grounds of separation for a. . 
period of over two (2) 
years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a . 
resident of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office being City of 
New York, New York. 

It is ordered that he do 
appear here within 10 days ^ 
after due publication' 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect hls''^ 
interest In this suit. . 
A copy— Teste: JOHN'V. 
FENTRESS 
Linda Noel Hill O, Clerk. 

Izaak O. ©lasser — 

4211 E. Indian River Road 
Chesapeake, Va. 

3-1,8,15,22 41 

LEGAL NOTICE 

Effective Jan. 1st, 1973, 
PAUL N. SUTTON is no 
longer the owner and 
operator of PAUL'S 
SHELL SERVICE located 
at 3909 Virginia Beach 
BWd. and will not be 
responsible for any debts 
Incurred as of this date. 

PAUL N.SUTTON ' 
WITNESS: 
Sondra L. Stevens 

3-1,8, lS,22-(4t) 



COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA I 

In the Clerk's Office of 
theCircultCourtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
21$t day of February, 1973. 
Eugene W. Powers, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Pamela Holloman Powers,. 
Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of having lived- 
separate and apart without 
any cohabitation and 
without interruption for' 
more than two years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by or in behalf of the ' 
complainant to ascertain in 
what county or corporation 
the defendant is without 
effect the last known post 
office address being: 2907 
Elbyrne Drive, 
Chesapeake, Virginia. 

It Is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest In this suit. I 
Acopy-Teste: 

. John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Rlxey & Rlxey 
1000 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Virginia 

3-1,8,15,22 41 



Commonwealth of:. 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
theCircultCourtof the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 15 
day of February, 1973, 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
Gertrude A. Schmaiz, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Wesley C, Schmaiz, j^ 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit [s 
to obtain 9 Divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post address being R R 
No. 1. Princeton, Iowa 



SUN CLASSIFIED 



THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 197 3-PAGE 7 




Am eio//if ied 486-S4SS 

486-S4M 



PERSON to PERSON ADS! 




52768 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, it is ordered 
that he do appear here with 
in ten ( lOf days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
"vvhaf rfiay be necessary to 
protect his Interest in this 
suit. 

A copy Teste John V. 
Fentress Clerk 
By Sandra Hargrove D., 
Clerk. 

Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

2 22 3 1,8,15 4t 

commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach> on the 
I3fh day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Oeneen Daphne Crandeil 
Garrison, Plaintiff, 
against 

Lindy Wayne Garrison, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo AAatrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of Adultery 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence having been 
used by or on behalf of 
Complainant to ascertain 
in which county or cor 
poration the defendant is, 
wTthoiTf effect, the fast- 
l^nown post address being 
2565 Oconee Avenue, 
Apartment 28, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia 23454. 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, it is ordered 
that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy Teste John V. 
Fentress Clerk , 
By^Sandra Hargrove, D., 

tl£U(. 

^•toes, Broyles H- 
"McKenrv 
1369 Lasf|iin Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
2 22 3 1,8,15 4t 



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Commonwealth 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
14th day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Bertram S. Williams, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Dorothy Lawia Lawrence 
Williams, Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin 
cuio matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
^een made and filed^ th«t— 
the defendant is a non 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Bronx, New York. 

it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
aays after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy Teste John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Victor J. Ashe 
702 Plaza One East 
NorfalK, Virginia 

7 22 3 1,8,15 4t, 



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Larry demens 
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3320 Vitiinia Beach Bhrd 
Naar Princew Anm Plau 
486-1560 



ASTROLOGICAL 
•reNNlS LESSONS 

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BEAUTIFUL 

WEDDING 

FLOWERS 

Arraneementt, bouquats, 
corttgas, etc RaatonabI* 
prlcei. Call 497-2414 
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IMMEDIATE 
OPENINGS 



Available for TKhnlcai and 

Admlnljtralivc training in 

Naval Aviation 

April 9— Aviation Saltfy 

Equipntent 

Aviation Ordinance 

April l6--Avlation Hydraulics 

April 73- Air Crewmen, (ASW) 

April 30- Air Contrelnnen 

Aviation Metaismitt) 

Vay 7 -Aviation Safety 

Equipment 

Aviation Ordinance 

Air Crewman (ASW) 

Aviation Maint Admin 

May 1 4 - Awation- M ac h i n l H 

Aviation Electronics 
Aviation AAaint 
Admin. 

Way J) Air crewmen (ASW) 
Aviation AAetalsmitti 
Aviation Electronics 
Way }S- Aviation Melalsmittt 
Openings are limited and will t>e 
lined within 7 weeks. 
Requirements 17 31 yrs. of age. 
high school grad. no prior 
military serv good physical 
condition, pass written e»am 3 
years active duty at a Naval Air 
Reserve Unit Call 4447071, 
Naval Air Reserve Unit (Bidg. 
LP IJ), NAS, Norfolk 



BOO KK E EPING- 
TYPING-In my l»ome. 
Reasonable. 425S239 after 

4. 

OFFICE CLEANING 
'Night tinne. Aragona 
Village preferred. Call 
499 2154, after 6 p.m. 

TYPING Done In my 
home. SO cents per page; 
SI .00 per page for tablM. 
Call 497 M34 after i and' 
weekends. 

TYPING- Neat and ac- 
curate. 25 cents per page. 
497-7653, after 6, 486 5604. 

TYPINGIn my home. 
Resumes, term papers, 
letters, envelopes, forms. 
424-1656. 

20— DAY NUtSiRY 

HAPPY DAYS KIN 
DERGARTEN - And 
Day Care Center. State 
Licensed for 2, 3, t. and 5 
year olds. Open 7 am 6 
pm. year around.' Call' 
428 6S65 to enroll Located 
at 612 Fremac Drive (off 
Laskin Road between 
Hilltop and oceanfront) 

B 

2a-iCH00U » IWSTmiCTIOlff 

VOICE LESSONS — 
Beginners, advanced. 
James Morrlsson, 428- 
0587. 





GRIMES MUSIC SCHOOL 

GUITAR CLASSES 

In Pembroke Area 

Stodenu Taug^i la Small 

Groups Accoidbig to AfH 

499-1428 



16--Mll> WANTiO . flMAH 

BABYSITTER — 5 days, 
preferably my home. 2 
children, 5 and 1 years. 
Please call after 6 p.m., • 
486-6561. (Bow Creek Blvd.) 

HOUSEKEEPER — Live 
in, 6 days week, 2 children 
age IS and 11. Plaza area. 
340-8353 or 486-5519. 

MA ID-Afternoons. For Day 
Care Center. Call 428-6565 
for appointment. 



CERAMIC CLASSES 
NOW FORMING 

- PAT'S 

CERAMICS 

STUDIO 
Now enrolling new stu- 
dents both begbinen 
and advanced. Daytime 
daiaes 10 to 2, (Mon., 
Wed.,Fri) Evening 
aaMas7tolO,(Thurs. 
aadPrL) For informa- 
tion CALL 340-3485. 

All Material k Equipment 

Available. 



"OPPORTUNITY" 

-Fqwf4ad i e « n eeded imwadi-^ 

ataly for several job open- 

ingi. $6ia monthly. Call 

499-2763 for an appoiat- 

ment 




It— MILT WANTIO. M/P 

Pleasant Indoor Work. 
Casual dress and long hair 
permlssable. Dial 428-5940. 

MEN* WOMEN (AGE 20 
120) to earn $100 $1000 per 
month part time, in own 
home. 486-6035. 



1»-M0U«« . niHMISMID 

BAYLAKE PINES - 3 
-bedroom*,-^ -JiatMi^. den j^ 
central air conditioning. 
May 1. $275. month. 464- 
3876. 



JI— OFFIC«. " 
DMK.SPACt 

PRIME OFFICE SPACt 
New space available in 
modern. SUN building at 
138 S. Rosemont Rd. next 
to Expressway Large and 
small unit for several 
oHice use, ready for you. 
Call 486 3430. 



LAKE EDWARD WEST — 
3 t>edroom townhouse, den, 
fence , all extras. $4,000 and 
assume. 625 3644. 499-3236. 
By owner. 

LAUREL COVE — 5 
bedrooms, 2</) baths, ex- 
tras. By owner, no agents. 
June occupancy. Assume 
VA or refinance con 
ventional. 486-1918. 

PLYMOUTH PARK - 3 
bedroom ranch, fenced; 
near schools. Call Andy 
Wootf. 340 6861. We Trade. 
Higglns liealty, inc. 486 
4041. 

PRINCESS ANNE PLAZA 
— Colonial 4 bedroom, V/i 
bath, 2 car attached 
garage; fireplace; fenced. 
Call Jim Hill 4864041. We 
Trade. Higgins Realty, Inc. 
486 4041. 

SHERRY PARK - For 
sale by owner. 3 bedroom 
part brick ranch in quiet 
CuI'de-sac. Indian River 
Rd. A Military Hwy. area. 
$22,950. 424 2858. 

THOROUGHGOOD - 
Brick 3 bedrooms, 2': 
baths, combination family 
room, kitchen; 7 
fireplaces, attached 1' 2 car 
gsj-agejUL largeHl7')Ll7fi;i_ 
treed lot. Room over 
garage can be converted 
into 4th bedroom, garage 
also has < j bath. Enclosed 
porch is just perfect for a 
library or office. This is a 
spacious home for a 
growing family. To see 
today, call Joe or Grace 
Robinson, 464 4839. We 
trade. Higgins Realty, Inc., 
486 4041, 

WINDSOR WOODS — 3 
bedroom, 12'x17' family 
room, 1'; baths. Call Eltie 
Talanian, 340 1690. We 
trade. Higgins Realty, Inc. 
486 4041. 

36-A-RESORT PROPERTY 



WOODED CAMP LOT. 
Easy terms. 420-3825, 420- 
2162. 

37 OUT OF TOWN 

^LOPIDA PROPERTY 
JO acres privately 

owned, West of Lakeland 
Industrial Center, 35 
minutes from Disney 
World; bearing citrus 
•rees. fresh creeks, paved 
road frontage; suitable for 
motel, trailer court or 
subdivision Additional 
land available Call 478 
1457, 




DID YOU EARN 
$12,000 OR MORE 
LAST YEAR? 

Would you like to double 
your income In your 
spar* time? For appt. call c 
497-1575. 



34-A MOVING AND 
STORAGE 

.HAROLDS TRANSFER 
623-4793 or 497 -aOM 
Maattrcharge 

3S— HOUSE FOR SALE 



SALES TRAINEES 
Regardtws of your past loork 
background, w» mar be abk to 
train you for local full lima »aHt 
ttiO.OO Monttily 10 start CaM 
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SMJESPEOPtf 

Full or part Mm«, no txparlaoca 
nccttsary. High commHiJona. For a 
confldantlal ^tarvlaw, contact «*r. 
StricWaod, 4W 7S30. 



ARAGONA VILLAGE — 
545 Kellam Rd. 3 bedroom, 
den. Open house Thurs. 
ttiru Sun, 1-5 p.m. 499-3414. 

BROMLEY 
WATERFRONT Nice 4 
bedroom, 2 baths, at- 
tached garage, fenced 
backyard, refrigerator, 
stove, wall to wall car 
peting included. Owner. 
8574165. 




19 JOBS WAWTED 

BABYSITTING 
Southern Points; 7a.m. to 6 
p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 486 
4307 

DESIRES CAREER 
POSITION Experience as 
follows, 2 yrs. general 
reporting and editing 
women's page; 3 y« 
secreterial work, type 5.5 
wordtt per minute, 
newspaper layout, 
copyreading ; insurance 
(auto and homeowners) 
rating and working up 
orders, filing, dictaphone 
and adding machine. Call 
497 3674. 



COLONIAL HEIGHTS — 3 
bedrooms, family room 
with wet bar. Large eat-in 
kitchen. Call Ev Herrell 
588-3064. We trade. Higgins 
Realty, Inc. 486-4041. 

GEORGETOWN COLONY 
— 2 Story 4 bedrooms, 2-'/j 
baths, 30' master bedroom, 
eat-in kitchen, formal 
dining room. Call Joe or 
Grace Robinson, 464-4839. 
We trade. Higgins Realty, 
inc 486 4041. 



GOING, GOING, GONE! 
— Sell your home fast with 
a Sun Classified Ad! Call 
4*6-3433. 

KINGS GRANT — 
Beautiful 4 bedroom, l}fi 
bath ranch. Swimming pool 
enclosed with redwood 
fence. Call Joe or Grace 
Robinson, 464 4839. We 
Trade. Higgings Realty, 
inc. 486 4041. 



GERMAN SHEPERDpupS 
AKC registered. 853 6088. 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER 
PUPS — Females, 10 wki, 
AKC registered, excellent 
papers, wormed, shots, 428- 
4180. 



GOLDEN RETREIVERS- 
AKC registered, 6 wks, 
wormed, good bloodlines. 
497 8286. 



LABRADOR BRACE AKC 
champion bloodline, both 
registered, partially 
obedience trained. Good 
stock. 497 5181 after 6:00. 



MINIATURE SCHNAU 
ZER PUPS — For 
sale to selective owners. 
Call 425 8070 for ap 
pointment.' 



'NORWEIGAN' ELK 
HOUND . Male, 

AKC reg., wish to mate. 
Only fee pick of lifter. 
Harry Marshall, 425 5518. 



PEKINGESE PUPS (3) 
males. Show 8i breeding 
stock, AKC registered, 
pedigreed, prices varied. 
Shot»,^¥Vorfwed^ 485-3744, 

POODLE PUPS — Brown, 
2 months, AKC registered. 
$79.95 and up. 427 5014. 

SAMOYED — Females, 
AKC registered; shots, 8 
weeks. $150. 340 5413. 

SAMOYED — White male, 

8 weeks, shots, axc 
registered, housebroken. 
$200. 583 3837. 



SHETLAND SHEEP 
DOGS -7 weeks, temporary 
shots, AKC registered, 
Champion sired. 497 3948. 

SHIH T2U — Beautiful 
-ttmait puppy, ^ff-shotsr 
paper trained, price 
reduced. 486 5706 




S P Acts for — ^Aobtfe- 

Homes. Large, wooded 
tots. Approx. 15 mi. from 
Va. Line, 15 mi. from E. 
City, N.C. and 25 mi. from 
Nags Head. $25 t. $30 per 
month. Call (919) 453 3232 
after 6. 



SOA STUD SERVICE 

Shetland Sheep Dog 
Champion; proven; 
lovely; 340 8907. 

51— LIVESTOCK 

REGISTERED CHAR 

OLOIS BULL — 4 

years old. Call 421 2064 

after 4 p.m. 




SO— FITS fr SUFFLIP 

BEAGLE PUPS— 1 male, 
1 female, 2V2 months, AKC 
reg. Good bloodline. 487 
0447. 

BOSTON TERRIER PUP 
10 weeks, beautifully 
marked . male, AKC 
registered. 853 5124. 

B,Q«)CER P.UPS AKC 
registered, fawn, males, 
tails docked. 587-9627. 

CHIHUAHUA PUPSIong 
coats; AKC; temporary 
shots; wormed, 7 weeks. 
421 3043. 

CHINESE PUGS6 mo. 
female, fawn, black mask; 
AKC registered. 855-7914. 

COCKER SPANIELS 
AKC registered, champion 
sired, show dogs and pets 
Stud service. 340 1102. 

COLLI ESTri color, male 
and female, 5 weeks old. 
4990892. 

COON DOGS Puppies & 
grown, one registered 
Redbone. 426 7166. 

1- . ^^^ — 

COCKER SPANIEL 
PUPPIES - AKC 

registered, males, $60. 420 
4859. 

COCKER SPANIEL PUPS 
— Males, black, champion 
sired, reg. Reserve now for 
Easter. 425 3996 

DALMATION PUPS Pet 
and Show quality, AKC 
registered 464 4874, 855 
9340. 

FISH 1 pair Tinfoil 

Barbs; 4 6 inches; $15. or 
$8 separate. Also, 1 pair 
Jack Dempsey; 5 inches; 
10. o^ $6 separate 499 
3971 



SI-HORSES, FEED 



QUARTERHORSE — 
Palamino, 5 year old 
gelding. $700. 460 1505 after 
3 p.m. 

59 -COINS A STAMPS 

Buying and selling silver 
coins before 1964; Nor 
view Coin Shop. 6212 
Sewells Point Rd., 853 
8118. 

OLD PENNIES-1910 to 
present, also sil9er war 
nickels. 10 cents and up. 
497 2578. 



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«0^MlSC«LLANeOUS 

AVON BOTTLES Very 
Old, also some antiques. 
'Dial 499 3885. 



BABY FURNITURE — 
Crib, highchair, potty 
chair, carrier, small crib, 
clothes and toys. 855-7075. 

BICYCLE New Sears 10 
speed, Semperet gum wall 
tires; center pole brakes; 
dual cruising brakes; 
Simplex derraller. $50. 464 
9231 after 6 p.m. 

HAIR ORYER-General 
Electric Fashion Mist. 
Hardly used. $15. 340 9022. 

50 gallons waxless floor 
finish and 50 gallons 
commercial stripper. 
Must move immediately 
at $1 per gallon, which is 
fraction of cost. Contact 
Jay Brumblay at 486 3430. 

60-A— OOOD THINGS TO 
SAI r 

TIDEWATER'S NEWEST 
— Complete line, fresh 
daily; open 7 days. Bubba's 
Seafood Macket, Lyn 
nhaven Inlet, 464 0101. 



«i— %aAaiMO AFFAia 

LADIES DRESSESsizes 8 
and 10; practically oew 
knits and cottons; 
reasonably priced. 423 
5884. 



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WEDDING GOWN — By 
Priicllla attached train 
and veil, size 9. 8450 
sacrifice S250. See at 
Fantone's, 206-25th. St. 

WIG WARDROBE — 2 full 
wigs, 1 fall and 2 wiglets, 
all blonde. 1 full dark 
brunette; 1 full frosted; 2 
zippered carriers; head 
forms. Call 438 5690 after 
5:3 p.m. 

62-BUtLDINO SUPPLIES 

HOME Builders & Con 
tractors Let us help you 
with that new home- 
additions or repairs. We 
can furnish materials 
from basement to attic 
and aid you in financing. 
Phone KELLAM & 
EATON 427 3200. 




6SA FIREWOOD 



.FIREWOOD By cord or 
" cord delivered, (40. 
cord. 427 2857. 

66--FLANTS A iHWUBS ' 

IT'S SPRING Planting 
time! Fruit trees, nut 
trees, berry plants, grapt 
vines, asparagus, rhubarb, 
landscaping plant 
material. FREE copy 48 
pg. Planting Guide Cataioo 
in color on request. 
WAYNESBORO ~ NUR- 
SERIES. Waynesboro. 
Virginia 22980. 





6I-.4AUSICAL INSTRUMINTS 



AMPLIFIER — Acoustic 
150; (2) 15" Lansing 
speakers. $250. 543-8341. 

ORGAN Wurlitzer 4500 
solid state; full pedal 
board, 3 years old. Maestro 
rhythm king and stand; 
$1800. 4200061. 

SNARE DRUM Red 

sparkle, heeds heads, 
otherwise in excellent 
shape. Good for a beginner. 
$10. Dial 427 1787. 



IT— MOWiHOiO 00008 

Antique Bed and rocker. 
Black & white Dumont TV, 
table model, excellent 
condition, $50. 340 6833. 

BABY FURNITURE Crib 
and mattress $30; Playpan 
$10. Other miscellaneous 
Items including steriliier, 
vaporizer, strolled, etc. 
Call 340 9149. 

CARPETS - (4) Quality 
Acrilon, with pads; gold, 
beige, and rust; plus 
patterned green nylon 
shag. 497 2895. 



JOIN IN THE FUN! 

FREE 

MXJLT ORGAN 
CLASSES 

Every TueedayBveiiini, 7:30 




STUDIOS 
49»3766 

248 Jeteey Ave. 

Va Beach (Near GEX) 



44 OFFICEBQUIP MENT 

DICTATING MACHINES 
. one set of two. "DictA 
phone". Excellent con 
dition. 464 9395, 428 9179. 

DICTAPHONE 
TELEPHONE AN 

SWERING MACHINE 
Gives recorded message 
and takes incoming 
messages. $200. 486-1215. 

Interested in telephone 
answering equipment for 
office or car' Call 497 
6411. 

64»^ FARM 4MFL«MCMTS - 



1967 JOHN DEERE 105 
Combine; straw chopper 
and cab; 435 W corn head; 
$5,750. Call 420 5381. 

WHEEL DISC-12', 4 row 
type, excellent condition, 
488 6054. 



CHAIRS — 2antiques, cane 
bottom, $50. 2 old chairs, 
$25. 855 2439. 

CROSLEY Chest Freezer 
completely overhauled, 
$75. Hotpoint electric 
range, $35. 855 7075. 

ELECTRIC RANGE 
'Apartment Size O.eiuxe 
Model, Coppertbne; A T 
condition; $100. 428-8239. 

EARLY AMERICAf 
FURNITURE Brand new, 
never unwrapped. Sofa and 
matching love 'seat, 
upholstered in gold brown 
tweed, with maple arms. 
Purchased il days ago at 
. Wickes Furniture for $65JL. 
Ttiis is beautiful furniture. 
Will sacrifice for $500 cash. 
Dial 427 1787, after 6 p.m. 
or week ends. 



GAS STOVE - Apt. Size, 
very good condition, $25. 
543 6010. 

Heywood Wakefield Ash'- 
craft Furniture; sofa, 2 
chairs, 1 end table, 1 corner 
table. Blue and green 
slipcovers. $150. Excellent 
condition. 420-4276. 

Living room suite and Den 
furniture. Early American 
green print. Days, 3400291; 
-^,340.2125uall*r .7 . ^ i 



PILLOWS (2) King sire, 
80 per cent small whole 
white goose feathers, 20 
per cent goose down. 
Brand new; Must sell 
(allergic) 497 0982 after 6 
p m. week day^s; Anytime 
week ends. 




PAGE 8-THE SUN-THURSDAY. MARCH 15, 1973 



SUN CLASSIFIED 




Apa Olo/iified 486-S4SS 

486-S4S4 



PERSON to PERSON ADSl 



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<7--«008IHOI.D GOODS 

AAOyiNGHousehold 
Furniture of all kinds. 420 
474<. 

REFRIGERATOR- 
Westlnghouse, white, 
excellent condition, S75. 

m-vni. 

REFRIGERATOR 
Avacado 14 cu.ft. Iil<e new, 
cross top freezer. 460-1062. 

REfRIGERATOR 14 cu. 
ft. :i- Hotpoint; self 

def rating; like new 
condition. S100. Call Jay 
Br»unbfey 486-3430 or. 497 
697?r 

STRATFORDSHIRE 
CHtWA-Servlce for 8. S30. 
CatI 340-9022. 

TABLE Drop leaf dining 
room, Duncan Ptiyfe. 428 
91 W. 

WASHER — Automatic 
ISIb Kenmore, used 3 
ntonttis, $130. 583-1097 after 
5. 

WING SO FA-90", 3 Cushion 
Early American; matching 
chair. Oak frame, no 
broken springs. Good for 
upholstery classes. $35. 340 
0674. 



l3-CAMHIti,miLIU 120-AUTOMOttLB 




WINNEBAGO — Motor 
Home 1972 20 Brave. 
Many options. Generator, 
air conditioner, 6' 
refrigerator freezer, 15,000 
miles. $8,300 or best offer. 
444 6852 or 499 1988. 




B 



88 A FOR RENT 

FOR RENT 3 bedroom 
mobile Home, 1 J^' baths, 
completely furnished inc. 
washer and air cond. 38 mi. 
South of Norfolk. $115 per 
mo. Couple w children 
'under 6 preferred, no pets. 
Call 919 453 3232 after 5 30.- 




»0— MOTOKCYCliS. ICOOTlH 



CAPRI 1971 Ford Capri, 
2000 CC engine. Brown 
with white Interior. Best 
offer. Call 499 1845. 

CHEVROLET 1965, 2 dr., 6 
cylinder; new inspection; 
$395. 484 2243. 

COMET - 1967 Cyclone 
390, 4 speed, new tires and 
lew engine, tape deck. 
Excellent condition. 857 
416 5, 

CORVAIR — 1963 Yellow 
coupe, new paint, $200. 340 
9609. 

COUGAR — 1969, 3 speed, 
mag wheels, $1300 or best 
offer. 428 1750. 

DODGE 1970 Challenger; 
automatic; 383 cu. In.; air 
conditioned; Cream color 
with green vinyl top; ex 
cellent condition; $1795. 
4996187. 



120— AUTOMOIILU 



OLDSMOBILE 1968 

Delmont 88, power 
steering, brakes, air 
conditio ing, vinyl top, 
good tires, 35,000 miles, 
excellent condition, 1 
owner. $1300. Jay 
Brumley 486 3430, 497 
6973. 

PLYMOUTH DUSTfeR 
1972, Rust brown, 3 speed. 
497 6161. 

PbNTIAC 1968 GTO 

green with gold vinyl top, 
excellent condition, 4 speed 
hurst shifter; 39,000 
original miles. Call 340 
5509. 



PONTIAC 
Prix (Model 
condition. 



el J) 
$1650 



1969 Grand 
excellent 
427 5060. 




<1— «APIO-TV-STimO 



HOME ENTER 
TAINMENT CEN 
TER — 23" television, AM- 
FM^tareo radio and record 
player; excellent con- 
dition. $185. Call 340 3312. 

RADIO— Bearcat lit, AM 
FM, scanner, all police 
bandj can be used In home 
or car. Cost $200. sell $150. 
857 5444. 

RCA PORTABLE TV 19", 
exceltent condition, $50. 
543 6010. 

STEREO — Motorola 
console, AM-FM radio, 
record cabinet included. 
$110. 486-2116. 

STEREO Teac A 1200 U 
Reel-to-Reel, 9 mos. old; 
two stereo echo channels 
with microphones. Was 
$349, now $195. 464 9231 
after 6 p.m. 



HONDA - 72, 500, 3,400 
miles, gold, all stock.* 
$1,200. Dial 623 0910 after 7 
p;mr~~ •" —__,—_ 

HONDA— 1971 SL 175, top 
condition, 4,000 miles, $395. 
428-6376. 

YAMAHA 1971, DTI. 

$375. Dial 464 0875 after 6 
p.m. 

95— TRUCKS, TRAiLIRS, JflK 



FORD 1971 Pickup, 302 V 
8, Sport Custom, excellent, 
loaded. $2750. 588 7864. 

HO— AUTOMOIIUS 

BEACH BUGGY Must see 
to appreciate; $450. 545 
3649, 547 5272. 

BUICK 1967 LeSabre, 
automatic, body and motor 
in excellent condition. $600. 
547 2753. 

CADILLAC 1968; extra 
clean; loaded; Make an 
offer! 420 2285. 

CADILLAC 1965. Loaded. 
Needs body work. $550. 
Cash or best offer. 423-5238. 

CADILLAC 1966 Coupe 
DeVille, 50,000 miles, 
clean, $1350. 340-6171. 



DUNE BUGGY-(Manx) 

V.W. powered. All 

weather; royal blue; A 1; 

"SnOO. 855 6377r~- ~- " 

FIAT--1971; 850 Spider 
convertible, 4 speed, radio. 
$800. ,425 8835. 

FIAT 1967 4 door station 
wagon, good tires, good 
running condition, radio 
and heater. $400. 464 3486. 

FORD 1966 Custom 500, 4 
door sedan, white; 3 speed ; 
air conditioned. New tires, 
battery. Just inspected. 
$550. 4973739; 486 6364. 

MUSTANG - 1968, 6 
cylinder, automatic 
transmission; good con- 
dition. 497 7542. 

MUSTANG-1965 coupe, 
automatic, 6 cy., bucket 
seats, fire engine red. $435. 
588-6329. 

OPEL GT 1971 like new 
condition; 2 new MIchelin 
steel radial tires, 28,000 
miles, A steal at $2095 
Call Jay Brumley 486 3430 
or 497 6973. 

OLDSMOBILE — 1971 
Custom "88" 2 dr. HT, 
loaded, tape deck, $2,795. 
464-1288 or 427 1879 after 7 
p.m. 



PONTIAC 1965 Catalina, 
good engine, good tires K. 
transmission. $250. 425 
7881. 

PORSCHE 1967, 913; new 
tires, paint; excellent 
condition. $2700. 623 2651 



STUDEBAKER 
sedan, clean, $200. 



- 1964 
3409609. 



THUNDERBIRD - 1966, 
excellent condition, $795. 
855 6076 or 587 2836. 

THUNDERBIRD 1973 
black, fully equipped, 
$7250; Cat! 428 7368 



TOYOTA-1970 Corona, 
Mark II station wagon. A-1 
condition. $1500. 4865571. 

VW BUG — 1968 Good 
condition, good tires, radio, 
$800. 464 1288 or 427 1876 
(after 7 p.m.) 

VOLKSWAGEN 197fr 

Bus, 9 passenger, very 
good condition, with radio. 
Call 486 2163 or 857 2289. 

VOLKSWAGEN 1971, 

Orange sunroof, header 
system. Perfect condition. 
Extras. $1500. Call 460 
1085. 



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1971 VW 

Orange Sun Roof, excellent 
condition, stereo tape deck. 
Must Sell! 

$1500 
CALL 460-1085 




.BUY CERTAW-TEEPSOLID VINYL SIDING,.. 



SJS- for old, dolls and 
lanips; any condition; late 
1 sops 1940s. 427 6973. 

ANtlQUES Cut glass; 
jewelry; silver; old dolls; 
any'old. 420 8911; 420 5ll7. 

AhfiliUES — and any old 
f«»fnltur«' 
QASHCASH-CASH 
622 4182 

ELetTRIC TRAINSAny 
mak^ or condition. 545 
6242. 

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AHENTION HOMEOWNERS 

Especially Waterfront Property Owners 
FOR THE FIRST TIME-* BUY DIRECT! 

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Low Factory Prices... 




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Made from B.F. Goodrich GEON VINYL. The per- 
fect dding for your house that measures up to vir- 
tually every beauty and maintenance free require- 
ment. 



CeniUN-THD 

SOUP HNVl SIDDIG 



85 



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Ft. 

NO LIMIT 



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ANTKJUE SIDEBOARD 
ExceUent shape, first $70. 
Call 486 331 T. 

COMiE BROWSE TODAY! 
3 floors of everything and if 
we don't have it, we'll get it 
for you. It's easy to get 
here.- From Military High 
way ^urn off on Indian 
Rivet Rd. and go west 1 
mile.-Brass beds, Victorian 
furnibire, round oak tables, 
gadgets, old dolls, cut 
glass^ You name It! 
MELTON'S ANTIQUES, 
4201 Indian River Rd. 420 
8911, i20 5117. 

FURRIITURE WANTED 
Couch, Early 

AmerJcfn, blue or green, 
in good condition. Will pay 
up to $100. Call 425 6485. 

ti— IfcAfi. jmUkimi supwB E 

BOAT for Sale 26 ft. 
^slO«|t.; converted navy 
whi%; sleei)^ 4; >iead 
•nd galley; no engine; 
stainlfss steel standing 
rigging; dacron' sails. 
dacrefB running rigging, 
$1500 firm. Call 34»S«48 
beforrn a.m. 

LARiON — 19' fiberglass, 
1$5 : OMC Inboard 

outboerd; tilt trailer, top. 
ExcaOant condition. $2,450. 
♦«-M»>, 423 1M2 fa stj 

RICtO^RDSON 195 
Bleer» 6, stov 
refrigerator, $48 
419. 

HdARAUDfcR - 1972 
Travel trailer; ?S1 dual 
wliMis; self icontained 
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May LoM •FREE ESTIMATES • No OMigrtion 
m^wm M^0*n0^ Night & Sunday 

497-6970 or 497 9270 

CV.F. ALUMINUM 
VINYL SUPPLY 

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GUIDE FOR AU YOUR SERVia NEEDSI 

Air Conditioning Elactricai Contractor Home improvlnwntt Home Improvements _ j!!."ir.5'!lfl 





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HEATING ft 
AIR CONDITIONING. 

INC. 

Residentiil « nd Com iweicM 

FREE JBSIIMATES ■ 

497.5716 OR 499-8487 




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OOKTRACrOR 
RaMntU 
ConuMcdai 
iMtsitriai 

O.E. MITCHELL 
427-1146 



Asphalt-Concrate 



ASPHALT PAVING 

pitch line patdilai. diiva- 

waysanedalty.Noja^ 

tooonalL' 

CALL 
487-6061 



ELECTRICAL 
CONTRACTOR 
ROBERT L. MILLS 
Stfvice incicaset a q>ecUty. 

New a^ Old Work 
EltctetHe^ Coovetsion 

ReaioaaDM 
M7-«7I2 DsyofNIifct 



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CONCRETE WORK 

PMiot-SMa«iwlk*-Od«m«yt 
StaM^CuA and Outtar 
ALL TYPES CONCRETE 
FREE ESTIMATES 

Wm.li.lea«>ii.li- 

GsRwyContMctof 

399-2266 



Garages 



Carpet 



SAVE MONEY 

ON FIRST QUALITY 

CARPET! 

Let us show you in your 
own home how we can 
nve you money on flnt 
quality caipat, codiion 
and installation. 

FREE ESTIMATES 
a)NVENiENT TERMS 
CALL 3404162 
From 7 a.m. to l^p.m. 



GARAGES 

CUSTOM BUILT 
nNANQNG 

Hard'ison 
Contracting 

420-1716 



Heating 



Carpentry 



x;aiipintry .. 

Ik Ow^ Sy^lnassl 
Rapair*. Our Saaclaltyl 
Quality worfcmamMp 
Raaiombla r ates. 

CONSTRUCTION 

stnyicasco. 



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HEATING A 
COOLING CO. 

HEIL 
Authorized Dealer 

489-7364 



CARPENTRY MIORK 
FREEESnMATlS 
CMI 428-7460 

AF1ER5P.M. 



104 S. WItchduck Rd. 
■ 24 Hr. Service 
"Nobody UndwMHs 
497-ia55 Th« Ktng"49712S 



Home Improvements 



Ceramic Tile 



CERAMIC THE. 

Repaid, New Work ft 

Ramodallni 

QuaUtyWork 

B«# Price 

3W4X23 



D. J. CHAFFEE 

Gme^ Contiactoi LiceiiMd 
A Repsteied by the state 
of Viiiinia Geneial Home 
improvemeati. Nojcriitoo 
486-3344 



...BUY CERTAIN-TEED SOLID VINYL SIDING. 



CERAMIC OR 
MUD WORK 

Fast, bee estknatas, best 
work, best piiMu New, 
aid Of lepotttini. 

587-1720 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Remodeling, addltloni, 
tiding. Licensed and 
bonded. Free Mtlmates. 
25 years experience. We 
do our own work. 

DODSON 427-3354 



Electrieri Contractor 



MdRMsCa 

Roofma, guiterlng. earpen- 
try and minor rapelrs. We 
fix all tnoM hard to And 
leaks. Fi«e btlmites. . 
OWNER, W^ OINerlui 



Wi638 



ELECTRICNL IINNK 

Electrie liMt Md ftym; 



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ADDITIONS a RIMOOCLINO 

F«miiy rooms, new Kidltions 
bsMroems, kBch«m renwa**"!, 

omwis. e»r»eM «Ki«»«d •» 
mira bodrooms, «« fttt ot-m 
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Al' ^" FREE Estimates CheeftiUy Given 

SAVE YOUR ORIGINAL INVESTMENT 
In the Neii^borhood You Helped To Develop and 
Betutiiy... Call... 

CITY CONSTRUCTION 

206 W. 25th St 627-0100 or 627-0208 
An Affiliate of City Roofing A Constniction Co. 




24 HOUR EMERGENCY 
PLUMBING'HEATING 
SERVICE 

Repairing and new instilla- 
tion. 
JASHEATI^^GCO, 

423-3092. 



Plastering 



Plastering 



William "Bill" Adams 
Plastering of all types 
Patch Work a Specialty 

340-5332 




Lawn Mpwer Repairs 



annan l^d Son 

WOJOO lOOMMtOfBau 

FR&ES^raUTES 
GUARANTEED WORK 
lioaaaed and Bonded. 
24 HOUR ANSWERING 
SERVICE ■62MS6I 



CARPENTRY 
PAINTING - ROOFING 
Signs, concrete sidewallu, 
driveways. Alsopntning, 
treework A shrubbery. 
Reasonable terms; by 
the hour, by the job. 
497-5181, Evenings. 



Lawn Mower Servi^ 
Bicycle Repairs, Welding 
and Ornamental Iron Rail- 
iqgs. 

VA. BEACH LAWN 
MOWER & WELDING 
428-9029 



Home Repairs 



GEORGE POWELL 
CONTRACTING CORP. 

Painting, exterior, Interior, 
roofing, guttering, and 
siding. Free estimates. 

543-3795 or 420^5526 



House jacking 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Lumber and building materials, 
room additions, storm doors and 
windows, wall to wall carpet; 
vinyl siding. Free estimates, 
terms. 

KELLAM A EAT(H4, INC 
427-3200 



B.F.BELL 

Housejacking 

Replacing Floor Joists 

and Sills 
-« v«irs Enperl«nee 

Are yoi^r floors snaking? 
622-177i, 622-a396 



HOME REPAIRS 

I fix anythingl. No lob too small. 
All of our skilled, professional 
work is guaranteed. Licensed 
and bonded. Master Charge. For 
free estimates call Jerry 
Baydush, 625.537»; after 5 p.m. 
855.aa 7». _ 

ALLREPAIRSCO. 



Locksmiths 



Home Repairs and Improve- 
ments of all Types 
Free Estimates. Licensed 
li Bonded 

OCEAN TILE. INC. 

42^6471 If no answer call 
428-7934 



Toc!5»oTSr5o3^ 
Jn's Key Shop 

2316 Vs. Beach Blvd. 
London Bridge .. 
J. M. Davis 
340-2490 



ANY KIND 
SMALL ONLY 
587-2137 



Upholstery 



Pwnting 



HOME REPAIRS 
ANY TYPE 

Stop tet kaUag ftacet! 
FbdMtiotlsapttacI 
Raptaoe that biokM door! 

CLIFFS REPAII& ' 

497-4SS1 
Dept 



Blvd. 



SiohlRa^ 
4920V]q|ii^ 



COMMERCIAL 
AND 

RESIDENTIAL 
PAINTING 
FREE ESTIMATES 

587-9750 



UPHOLSTCRY 
ANDERSON'S UPH0(,STKRY 

If your furniture is sick ...bring 
It to Anderson's Uptwlstery for a 
face lifting. All «Mirk first cISm. 

Call 464^637 



Vacumm Cleaner 
Service 



PAINTING 
ALL TYPES OWE 
INTERIOR, EXTERIOR 
COMMERCLVL 
425-7913 



VACUUM OfANER 
SERVKE 

AU makes lepaired fast 
Free pick-up A delivery 

497-6370 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 



Oil Mtttinl Buil^n of Tidewtta for all your 
bmidmg and lemoMi^. Let lis add tlut v^m 
room you'w wanted, remotkl your kitchen, fai- 
■h yoiv bnement, fautall new Aoon and win- 
dows. Ako ceramk and vinyl tOe floors, roofii^ 
mdridii^. 

Work pCTfonned by expert mediaucs. 

Ea^ terras 

FREI ESTIMATES inYoorHome 

MUTUAL BUILDERS 
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THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973-PAGE 9 



yiROinm BCACH. Ulhere The LiviAO 1/ Lovelii 




Frederick J. NipoUtano 



CHAIRMAN NAHB LUMBER 
STUDY TASK FORCE 



Frederick J. Napditano, 
Virginia Beach builder, has 

"berai named' chairman -of 
the National Association of 
Home Builders' Lumber 

:Study Task Force. 

:;This task force has 
ipjumed major significance 
to view of the current crisis 

•ftver soaring prices of 

:; GROUP 
INVESTING 
"^ SEMINARS 

/^u roup Investing 
Seminprs will be held on 
Thursday nights at 8 p.m. at 
Larasan Realty Corp., 3401 
Va. Beach Blvd., Virginia 
Beach. For reservations 
and information call Chris 
P»nella at 340-3030. Ad- 
tqittance is free. 

HAMPTON 
_4 APTS. 
iPRE-OPEN 

;lPre-opening this week- 
ehd - The Hampton Apart- 
iOents, located on Baker 
Hoad next to Wesleyan 
Ckdlege.-Built-i)y Martin L. 
Rosen Construction, the 
real estate Co. handling The 
Hampton Apts. is Larasan 
Realty Cwp. of Virginia 
Beach. 

These apartments are 
unique in that they allow the 
tornnt to be the designer - 
jleu may select your car- 
listing, drapes and paint 
o^ors. The personal touch 
nl^es it home. Features 
include Deluxe kitchens, 
luxurious wall-to-wall 
oirpeting; 24-hour main- 
ttnance; private patios; 
^ectric Char-B-Ques; 
swimming pool, and 
recreation building. For 
information, call 497-0044 or 
340-3030. 



METROLEASE 

MIMITURE RENTALS 



lumber and plywood. The 
appointment was made by 
NAHB President George C 
Martin of Louisville, 
Kentucky. 

The Lumber Study Task 
Force was established early 
in 1972 by Stanley Waranch 
of Norfolk, (then President 
of NAHB) to look into 
rapidly rising prices of 
lumber and plywood, which 
have added $1,200 to the 
price of a typical single- 
family home within the pest 
six months. According to 
Mr. Martin, if this trend 
continues, adequate housing 
will only be available to the 
wealthy and the majority of 
people in this counhy will 
be unable to find shelter at a 



price they can afford. The 
job facing this Task Force is 
«Ror4nous, but -hopefully, 
through meeting with 
Congress and the White 
House, swne relief to the 
problem will be seen. 

Napolitano was asked to 
head this committee 
because of his work on the 
Executive Committee of the 
National Association of 
Home Builders for the past 
three years. Mr. Napolitano 
is a principal of the Terry 
Corporation of Virginia, 
which builds homes, 
*shopping centers, apart- 
ments and office buildings 
and is very knowledgeable 
in the problems with lumber 
in this country. 



ESTES 
COMPLETES 

MANAGEMENT 

gOURSE 

ALBANY. NEW YORK - 
Realtor Ray Estes, GRl, of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
recently completed a real 
estate management course. 
The course, "How to 
Manage a Real Estate 
Office Successfully" was 
•ponsored by the National 
Institute of Real Estate 
Brokers (NIREB) which is 
an institute of the National 
Association of Real Estate 
Boards. The advanced 
course is designed to im- 
prove the management 
capabilities of real estate 
brokers and management 
personnel. 

NIREB coteists of two 
specialized divisions; 
Commercial - Investment 
and Residential. Realtor 
Estes is a member of both. 
He plans to continue par- 
ticipation in numerous 
NIRES courses offered 
throughout the United 
States. 



TOT 
FINDERS 



" BUNNY" FERER 
JOINS ESTES TEAM 



Mrs. Anna M. "Bunny" 
Ferer recently joined ttie 
Residential Sales Division 
of Estes Realty Cor- 
poration. Mrs. Ferer is the 
wife of Harmon Ferer, a 
Sales Manager for Parke- 
Davis .and -Co^ . Phax^^ 
maceuticals. 

Mrs. Ferer, a resident of 
Lake Smith Terrace, is 
currently enrolled in the 



Sale 



Real Estate Diploma 
program conducted by 
Virginia Beach City School 
Distributive Education 
Service in coordination with 
the Virginia Beach Board of 
Realtors, Inc. She is 
presently a ttendtng tbe^ 
Virginia Beach Realtors 
Seminar for newly licensed 
salesmen in addition to 
active participation in the 
Di^oma Pribram. 



Pembroke Realty & In- 
surance Agency, Inc. of 
Virginia Beach are now part 
of the TOT FINDER 
Program in conjunction 
with the Insurance Com- 
pany of North America. 

Kurt Hammaker, 
Manager of the Fire 4 
Casulty Insurance 
Department stated that 
TOT FINDER is geared to 
help save lives... the lives of 
over 4,000 children 
nationwide thrx)ugh in- 
surance companies in- 
volvement. 

Pembroke Realty, 
-provider a highly visible 
decal that marks a child's 
room from the outside 
window, as well as the in- 
side door of the room. TOT 
FINDER signals fire rescue 
personnel to clear this area- 
first. The decals are visible 
during daylight and reflect 
from a light source during 
nighttime hours. 

Through local community 
support and with the aid of 
the fire departments, the 
more than one- third of 
residential casualties that 
are childfeJTcan be sfoppeH. 
Pembroke Realty is one of 
the first in the Virginia 
Beach area to introduce this 
program to the public. If 
only one life is saved, TOT 
„ FINDER is working! 




\ 



VIRGINIA BEACH IS FOR EVERYONE 



Virginia Beach, 
Virginia's renowned 
seashore playground, offerrf 
countless ways for people of 
all ages and tastes to enjoy 
themselves. For those in- 
terested in staking our 
small plots of sand for 
sontoathtn^, there areTnflB 
of white sundrenched 
shoreline For the more 
energetic there is surf- 
boarding and boating, Fw 
the angler, there is surf- 
casting, pier fishing and 
charter boats that will take 
you out after the big ones. 



■yEKGum 



For the athletic, there is 
horseback riding, tennis 
and golf on championship 
courses. For the romantic, 
there is dancing under the 
stars to the music of name 
bands. For the children, 
there is an amusement park 
wilh an *ssor4men4 of 
delights to pass many an 
hour, Fot those who desire 
jugt to sit and rock, there 
are rockers. For everyone, 
young and old, there is 



Seashore State Park, where 
they can walk beneath a 
lacy canopy of Spanish 
moss around a lake of black 
cypress water nestling 
among pine-topped sand 
dunes. When at last you 
decide to lay down your 
head, there are outstanding 
hotels and motels that will 
accommodate all pocket- 
books. So come on in - to 
Virginia Beach that is - the 
water's fine. 



mJY 



REALTOR MLS I 
425^5 

1413 N. Great Neck 
Virginia Beach, Va. 



PEOPLES REALTY 

486-1423 



JIM STANLEY, REALTOR - MLS 



V} CLEVELAMU .SI 
U]|IMIA BEACH. VA 
PHO\E 499 9888 



APARTMENT 
; LOCATORS 

; ioF udewater 

CAtL4994)025 

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•mmt MlMtot Mnrice . . , 
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■ Ihd ho wiiig. 

Fast Floor^ PsmhroJc* 
OneBuM mg. 

. >Hiibn>lBe Reaify. 




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CROMWELL & AUSTIN 
REALTY, INC 

Rniton 
Mflmben, MEIHO IIL8 
Phot 840.9761 




.^ve Got Lots Of 
LOTS, LOTS, LOTS, 
LOTS In Beautiful 

GEORCnOWN POINT^ 

For Building - .Ygpr PlaYis or Ours 



ESTES 



Bill Adams 
Jim Meyer 



Tom Johnson 
B. R. Allen 



REALTOR 499-761 1 MEMBER IV.LS 





1 BEDROOM 
APARTMENTS 
FURNISHED - 
UNFURNISHED 

• Air CortditionKl 

• Fully Electric 

• Fully Carpeted 

• New In 1973 

■ ISIaar Th« Raarh 



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TIM BlyMiM Aras on 
IMMr* HouM Rd., 4701 
WIMtong Or. 




ROSE HALL SHORES 

ON THE LYNNHAVEN 

: W» (r* proud to off«r iucJi « • . 

prastlgloui «rM to th* puMfc 
Woodad watarfroiM noma* 
ttarting at $79,000 
__, _ ^ call 

2)e<Kart REALTY 

340*311 (FRED SOLES) 340-8357 




Old ^oqation 



GARDEN APARTMENTS 

/few and Lovely In Park-Like Surroundings 
1 & 2 BEDROOMS NOW LEASING 
Beautiful RMcious rocMns, fully 
carpeted, with ample closets 
big eat-in-kitchens with outside windows 
large ^or^e area in each apartment 
individual entrances 
front door parking 
clow to flopping 

Ott Independence Blvd. op Honey Grove Rd 
AcToa from.Haygood Shopping Center in 
Beautiful Old Donation Manor 

CALL 4600921 



VVall-to-Wall 
Leisure 



□ Contemporary Design 

Tj Continuous Cleaning Oven 
n Dishwasher 

□ Disposal 

G Frost Free Relrigerator 



O Air Conditioning 
D Swimming Pool 
D Sports Court 
n Private Patios 
n Centrally Located 



1 •2-3-4 Bedrooms, Fully Carpeted. 

IVU»rFAIR 

APARTMENTS 

Virginia Beacf Intertlale lo Newtown Roaa E«ii Lefi on 
Newfown Road - V> mite 

5826 Newtown Arch .,»».... 

Virginia Beach Va ,„. Phone 499-eB8a 



Ctll Ltrtttn—ot eouftelU: 3^03030 




It feels so good! 



You're looking for an apartment' And you're shoppir)g for 
raaionable price, location and what goodies the man throwi 
in? Hang it all up and sort it out Pembroke Courts Apart 
menti matcfies the best and goes on from there. Click it off 
-younrit: .all u l i l ii ios mtlud e J ■ Cu iii tJ li iHi l y aquipped kitcfiefiT 

fully carpeted, plus extra soundproofing inside and out 
' Super cortvenient location for military, business Mairitan- 
anca by profauiorMi organisation Naat racraation cantar 
with daily activities, social director 




/, 2 and 3^>&droom modtli. Locstad ott I ndepentiarKt Bovlevard ont 
mih north of Pwnbroke Mill. Cretttd by the Tttry Ptoptf. 



®®n 



MtntfinaAgmt Pembroke Realty 

Hours 9am 6 p.m. 

Stindty II i m Spm I Phont 499 3666 



HOW MUCH DO 

YOUR 

UTILITIES 

COST 

PAY ' 
ONE BILL 

at 
REGENCY 



ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED! 
SEE OUR FURNISHED MODEL 

AT HILLTOP 

Furnished and Unfurnished 1. 2 & 3 bedroom 
Apartments. Townhouses, Garden and Bachelor 

Apartments 

LASKIN ROAD at HILLTOP 

PHONE: 428-6813 




Beachfront 
Homes for 
LESS than a 
waterfront lot. 

120 Condominium residences 
to be built on ttio wnooapoarNe 
Bay Shores just west of Lynn- 
haven Inlet. Call Larasan of 
course— 340-3030 

^The 
Chesapeake 



House 



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Located at end of expressway right next to Exxon Station, Vt block 

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THE tUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 16^ 1973-PAQE 11 



Girls' 
Regional 



Gymnastics 



Meet 



/ 




Watching anxiously. 



Uneven parallel bars. 



Balance beam. 



Nan Dick and Sandy Conkwright star 



Ten Beach girls going to State Meet 



-t^ 



Ten Virginia Beach girls will Journey to the State 
Gymnastic; Meet this Saturday at Woodson High 
School in Fairfax. The March 1^ trip to the State 
Meet was earned by pladi^%^1lhe Eastern 
I^gional Gymnastics Meet at Princess Anne High 
Sdtod last wedcend. 

156 gymnasts from tseventesa Eastern region 
schools took part in last Saturday's State meet 
preliminary. Girls from all six ol the Beach high 
schools won berths in Uie State tourney. 

Bayside qualified three girls for the State meet. 
Cox and First Colonial will be sending two girls 
eadi, anTPrlneess Anne, Kellam, and KempsvOIe 
will eadi send am. 

^^rginia Beadi ghrls took first jdace in all five 
events and in the very inqwrtant Best Ail-Around 
category. Aa expected, Beach girls dominated the 
regiond <MNnpetltion. 

Nan Dick of Princess Anne and Sandy Conk- 
wrij^t of Cox won five first places and led the list of 
Beach winners. Cox's Kathy Rineker won the other 
first. 

Nan won firsts in free exercise, in vaulting, and 
in tumbling. She also placed fourth in the balance 
beam competition. 

Sandy won first in the Best AU^Around category 
and first on the unevte parallel bars. She also 
finished second on the balance beam and tied for 
third in free ocereise. - 

Kathy took first place on the balance beam and 
placed second in free exercise. 



First Colonial's Bonnie Brown finished fourth on 
the uneven parallel bars and was awarded secmid 
{dace in the Best Ail-Around judging. On the uneven 
parallel bars, Vidcie Barr of Bayside finished third, 
Konpevlile's Sharon James tock fifth place, and 
Roxanne Wagner o( Kellam finished sixth. 

Bayside's Debbie Cox won second-place in 
vaulting, and teammate Anne Weatherly took third 
in tumbling. Lisa Wallace of First Colonial finished 
second in tumbling. 

All ten of the girls will go to the State Meet, since 
they W0re the top finishers in the general division. 



UNEVEN PARALLEL BARS 
SANDY CONKWRIGHT Ist 6.85 COX 
SaraSprague 2nd 5.85 Denbigh 

^HMICKIBARR 3rd 5.80 BAYSIDE 

BONNIE BROWN 4th 5.50 FIRST COLONUL 
SHARON JAMES 5th 5.45 KEMPSVILLE 
ROXANNE WAGNER 6th 4.80 KELLAM 



VAULTING 
NAN DICK 1st 
DEBBIE COX 
Kathy Eddleman 

TUMBUNG 
NAN DICK 1st 



6.45 
2nd 
3rd 



PRINCESS ANNE 

5.80 BAYSIDE 

5.05 Manor 



6.75 PRINCESS ANNE 



(Continu9d on Page 12) 



Winhelre in the begiiiherllivisTdn do horquaHFyTor 
furtho* competition. 

Top finishers in both the general and the beginner 
divisions are listed below. Virginia Beach winners 
are capitalized. 

GENERAL DIVISION 

FREE EXERCISE 

Name of girl Place Aver, of scores High school 

NAN DICK Ist 6.15 PRINCESS ANNE 

KATHY RINEKER '2nd 6.10 COX 

SANDY CONKWRIGHT 3rd(tie) 6.00 COX 

Tracy Troth 3rd(tie) 6.00 Hampton 



BALANCE BEAM 



KATHY RINEKER sist 

SANDY CONKWRIGHT 2nd 

Laura Bfalott 3rd 

NAN DICK 4th 4.95 PRINCESS ANNE 



5.45 COX 
5.10 COX 
5.1)5 York 



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omen's Bowling Tournament 
will be largest ever for State 



,v Ifltt Sixteenth Annual 
' Att State Women's 
ig Association Tour- 
to be hdd in Virginia 
f «fl] be the largest ever in 
' Itory of the State 
. Officially there are 
entovd. Unofficially 
r«K a069 doubles and 4U8 
tacbeduled. 
1973 tourney will 
quite an hicrease 
year's event, which 
in Lynchburg. In the 
event, there were 724 
1747 doubles, and 3494 

tournament will be held 

weekends between April 

iod May 20th, excluding 

weekend, which is April 

i'lwd 22nd. "The tournament 

^liuidicapped, two-thirds the 

of the individual's 

|e and 190, and is divided 

divisions. 

^fjptm events will be bowled at 
•wick Plaza Bowl on both 
ly and Sunday of each 
weekend. Doubles imd 
; will be rolled both days 
tourney weekend at 
River Lanes. Both 
lanes are located in 
Beach. 

ceremonies will take 

at Brunswick Plaza Bowl 

7th, at 1:30 p.m. Bud 

;, WAVY-TV'S Mr. Sports, 

serve as the master of 

lies. G. William "Bill" 

teburst, 2nd District 

essman, will speak 

and roll out the first ball. 

Scout Troop 820 of "•' ginia 

will present the colors. 

e is invited to the 

ies. 

'pit Saturday, May 12th, the 

il Convention of the 

State Women's 

[ Association will be held 



at the Sheraton Inn at Military 
Circle. Eighty delegates from 
the different associations and 
twenty-three members of the 
board of directors are expected 
for the convention. 

The objectives of the State 
Tournament is fun, sports- 
manship, fitness, fellowship, 



and competition among the 
women bowlers of Virginia. It is 
an annual event and is 
scheduled in different 
association cities within 
Virginia. The 1974 State 
Tournament and Convention 
will be held in Roamrice. 
The Tidewater Women's 



Bowling Asiodatioa made their 
bid tm the 1973 tounwjr at the 
State Conventioo in Portenouth 
two years ago. The Tidewater 
Association Includea the dtl« 
of Virginia Beedi, Cheiapeake, 
Cape Charles, and Norfolk. 
Approximately 7,500 memben 
are in the local group. 




Beach roller skaters do 
well in Invitational 



i 




Don Hauck is ' *one of 

best freshmen ever" 

for ODU baseball team 



Jimmy Ellis 



The Viifinia Beach RoUo: 
Skating Club was well 
represented hi last weekend's 
Invitational Rollerskating 
Championships. Fifty-two 
contestants from the Beach club 
made the trip to Roanoke to 
participate in the Saturday and 
Sunday champi(mship event. 

Twenty^ve skaters from the 
Beach group made the finals, 
and ten placed in the cham- 
pion^p round. Four cham- 




Don Hauck, a former stand- 
out at Kempsville High School, 
has looked extra sharp in spring 
baseball drills at Old Dominion 
University according to his 
coach. Bud Metheny. 

"Hauck is real aggressive at 
the plate and makes good 
conUct with the ball," Metheny 
commented last week. "He has 
excellent speed and good 
baserunning ability." 

Metheny also stated that 
Hauck is one of the best fresh- 
men he has ever coached. 
Hauck played on Kempsville's 
State championship team last 
spring and then starred in 
American Legion play during 
the summer. 

Old Dominion opens its home 
Vasebnll season Saturday, 
March 17th, with a 
doubleheader against the 
|lwajs'tou£h Big Green of 
Dartmouth College. Their 
season officially opens a day 
earlier with a twinbill in 
Raleigh with North Garoluia 
State. 



It looks like another good 
season for ODU's Big Blue. 
Methenv rates his pitching 

depth as "the best it has been in 
a Itmg time." Hitting is some 



questim with the long-time 
ODU baseball coach, but with 
three over .300 hitters back and 
a host of pnmiising newcomers, 
the hitting department looks 
pretty solid. 



Jimmy Ellis 

top golfer at 

Ga. Southern 



pionships were won by the 
group, which is based* at the 
College Park Skating Center. 
Mark Wyrick won the 
American Elementary Men's 
Figures. Terri Weller won the 
Beginner Ladies' Figures. 
Ursula Jones won the Elsquire 
Ladies' Figures, and Karen 
Sarlo took first place in the 
Freshman International 
Ladies' Figures competition. 

A complete list of Virginia 
Beach winners follows. 

American Junior-Senior 
Dance: Wayne Mowbray and 
Susan Mowbray, third. 

American Sophomore Dance: 



Ronnie Sarlo and Terri Weikr, 
second. , 

American Elementary Itail 
Figures: Maifc Wyridc, lint 

American ' Elementary 
Ladies' Figures: Sharon Smith, 
second. 

Beginner Ladies' Figures: 
Terri Weller, first: Dorii 
Skeeter, second; Barbie Bamea, 

third. 

Esquire Ladies' Figures: 
Ursula Jones, first. 

Sophomore International 
Men's Figures: Ronnie Sario, 
third. 

Freshman International 
Ladies' Figures: Karen Sarlo, 
first. 



Dribble and Shoot 
preliminary planned 



Gymnastics ^continued from Page J 1) 



FIRST COLONIAL 
5.60 BAYSIDE 

ALL-AROUND 
)YCONKWRIGHT 1st 22.30 COX 
HE BROWN 2nd 17.35 FIRSTCOLONIAL 
iSprague ard 16.g5„, Denbigh 




Hie 1073 Dribble and Shoot 
Contpetition, sponsored l^ the 
Virginia Beach Junior Chamber 
of Commerce, will be held at 2 
p.m. on Sunday, March 18th, in 
the Kempsville High School 
fieldhouse. The competition is 
held annually to promote 
physical fitness, to stimulate 
interest in improving basketball 
sidlls, and t& nrovide con- 
structive fun. 

Tlte event will be open to boys 
from eight through sixteen 
years of age. Registration will 



be held before the competition 
begins, and there is no cost to 
the entrant nor to the parent «■ 
sponsor of the entrant. 

Entrants will be divided into 
four classy according to age 
and will earn points in three 
events — foul shooting, speed 
(kribbling, and speed shooting. 
Winnav of each class will 
receive trofdiies and advance to 
statewide conipetflion. 

All participants must wear 
sneakers during the com- 
petition. No street shoes wiU be 
permitted. 



Elizabeth Rowland 2nd 
DeniseWemmering 3rd 
SUE NORTON 4th(tie) 3.50 
LevettChisholm 4th(tie) 
Michelle Horn 5th 

Suzzanne Johnson 6th 



VAULTING^ 

Roxaime Robinson 



3.80 Churchland 

3.70 Pembroke 

PRINCESS ANNE 

3.50 PemlH^e 

3.40 Kecoughtan 

3.15 Kecoughtan 



Georgia Southern's golf team 
put together three solid rounds 
to capture second place in the 
at-man Seminole Gassic in 
Tallahassee last weekend; 
howevo*, the big news was the 
super performance of Eagle 
sentor Jimmy Ellis from Va. 
Beach, who captured the low 
medalist honors for the three- 
day tourney. 

"The Eagle golfer fired rounds 
of 70-69-09 for a 206>total - a new 
Seminole Tournament record 
by three shots. Ellis finished 
three shots ahead of the 
University of Florida's Gary 
Kodi, the nation's third-ranking 
amateur, and four shots ahead 
of anotho- Gator, Andv Bean, 
who was tied for first going into 
the final round. 

On the final day, Ellis turned 
Uir front nine in a torrid three 
under par while Bean turned at 
one over. Tlie Eagle golfer Uien 
pared the final nine holes to 
take the tourney individual title. 
Meanwhile, Koch began the day 
in 10th place but fired a red-hot 
67 to finish second to Ellis with 
211. 

The medalist title represents 
the second for Ellis this season. 



He also won the low htmors in 
the All-Dixie Invitational in the 
FaU. 

In the team race, Florida 
finished with a total of 1,075 to 
Georgia. 

Georgia Southern's Ricky 
Smith fhiished seventh in the 
individual race with a 215 total, 
seven shoU behind Ellis. Other 
GSC golfers included John 
Metaick, 72-74-71 - 217; Gary 
Dixon, 72-7^7S-219; Pat Lane, 
75-78-78-231; and Jim Ferrelle, 
78-78-80-236. 

"We had four good per- 
formances," commented GSC 
head coach Ron Roberts. "But 
we had to count the top five 
scores and we were weak in the 
fifth position. It was a great 
individual effort, but we need a 
little better team per- 
formance." 

Ellis, from Virginia Beach, is 
a two-time NCAA College 
Division AU-American. He is 
expected to repeat on the Ail- 
American golf team this year as 
a senior. 

Ricky Smith is also from 
Virginia Beach. Now a junior, 
Smith was the 1970 Virginia 
Scholastic champion. 



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Margaret Karas 1st 5.45 

BethWilliamsrai 2nd 5.40 

Elizabeth Rowland 3rd 5.06 

Kathy Baxter 4th 4.55 

Barbara Carwile 5th(tie) 4.30 

AmyFilliman 5th(tie) 4.30 

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THE SUN-THURSDAY, MAPCH 15, 1973-PAOE 1|. 



The First Annual Invitattonal dvisions of the Virginia Beach 

Basketball Tournament Community League will be held 

featuring teams largely from March 23rd, 24th, and 25th. The 

ihe midget and intomediate tourney is sponsored by the 



" RedskinsRemember Lombardi 
second golfing weekend planned 



■RKnSKINS REMEMBER 

LOMBARDI" 

Second golflBg 

weekend planned 

The Washington Redskins are 
("oming to Virginia Beach in 
May ~ not to play football, but to 
swnt golf balls around the City's 
Red Wing Lake course. 

The night briore they take to 
the golf course, the Redskins 
and their wives will table hop at 
Q dance in the Virginia Beach 
Civic Center. 

It's all part of the second 
Annual "Redskins Remember 
Lombardi" affair in the Resort 
City, and the weekend is 
sponsored by a number of 
sports-minded citizens. 

The dates are May llth and 
12th. The dancing will begin 
8:30 p.m. on the llth, and the 
golfing will begin at 8 a.m. the 
jiext day. 



As the name implies, the 
event is dedicated to the late 
Coach Vince Lombardi, whoM 
arrival in Washington signaled 
a new era of success for the 
Redskins. 

Sponsors hope to raise at least 
$2S,000, all of which is to be 
donated to the Lombardi 
Research Cancer Center in 
Georgetown. 

About fifty Redskins players, 
coaches, and alumni (retired 
linebacker Sam Hlff, for one) 
are expected to participate in 
the event. 

Some of the other big names 
scheduled to appear are Larry 
Brown, Pat Fischer, Jack 
Pardee, Roy Jefferson, Mike 
BaM and Chris Hanburger. 

Mrs. Marie Lombardi, widow 
of Coach Lombardi, will also be 
on hand. 

Tickets for the dance will be 
priced at |2S per couple. Those 



Central Bayside Athletic Midget play will feature ten, 
Asaoclationandwillbeheldin ^^ ^^ ^^y^ year-oMs 
the Bayside Junior High School jf^m eight area teams: 
fieldhwse on Newtown Road. Arrowhead, Cooke, Great Neck. 

• ^9 Kempsville, Kings Grant, 

Plaza, Thoroughgood, and WW. 

Houston. 

Intermediate teams involved 
are from Arrowhead, Cooke, 
Diamond Springs, Great Neck, 
Kings Grant, Norfolk (the 
Panthers), Plaza, Woodstock, 
Thoroughgood, and W.W. 
Houston. Intermediate teams 
are made up of thirteen and 
fourteen year-old boys. 

The tournament will open 
Friday, March 23rd, with 
games at 6,7,8, and 9 p.m. 
Games will start at lo and 11 
a.m., 12 Noon, 1,2,3,4,5,6, and 7 
p.m, on Saturday, March 24th. 
The championship rounds on 
Sunday, March 25th, will begin 
at 2, 3:30, and 5 p.m. 

Trophies will be awarded the 
winning teanu. No admission 
will be charged, but donations 
will be accepted at the gate to 
help defray expenses of the 
sponsoring Central Bayside 
Athletic AssociaUon. The SUN 
will list the tournament pairings 
next Thursday. 



who attend will get a chance to 
spmd part of the evening 
meeting and talking with the 
Redskins and their wives. 

To play golf in a foursome 
that will include one Redskin 
will coat 150 per person. The 
public can watch the golf 
matches for any small donation. 

E.K. Philllpa, a Virginia 
Beach insurance man who is 
chairman of the qransoring 
group, said tickeU are selling 
briskly and advised anyone who 
plans to attend to make 
reservations as quickly as 
possible. 

Information and reservations 
may be obtained in person at 
the Virginia Beach Civic 
Center, 19th Street and Pacific 
Avenue, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, 23458, or by phoning 
4284000. 



Bayside Little League 
baseball registration 



Bayside Little League 
baseball registration will be 
held Thursday, March 15th, and 
Saturday, March 17th. Boys 
dght through twelve years of 
!age are eligible. 

Thursday's registration will 
-Htte-'-^ield at - Thoroughgood 
Elementary School between 7 
and 9 p.m. Boys living in the 
following areas should register 
at that time: Thoroughgood, 
Thoroughgood Estates, Lake 
smith Terrace, Lake Smith 
Terrace West, Chesapeake 
Beach, Ocean Park, Kellam 
Park, Baylake Pines, Bayville 
Parle, Bradford Areas, and 
. Witchduck Point. 

Saturday's registration will 
be held in two different 
locations. Those boys living in 



Lake View Swres, Lakeview 
Park, Bradford Terrace, Lake 
Shores, and the Naval 
AmiMbious Base housing areas 
will register at 1 p.m. on the 
Amphibious Base. 

Boys living in Gardmwood 
Park, Sajo Farms, Burton 
Station, Diamond Lake EsUtes, 
L & J Gardens, Lawson Forest, 
and Diamond Springs must 
register at 1 p.m. Saturday at 
the Bayside Elementary Schoel. 

Each candidate must present 
acceptable proof of age at the 
time of rejgistration and be 
accompanied by a parent. To be 
eligible boys must be eight 
years of age before August 1st, 
1973, and must not attain the 
age of thirteen before August 
1st, 1973. 



YMCA classes set 



Registrations are now being 
accepted by the Norfolk YMCA 
for their spring programs, 
which are open to the public and 
start tjie week^f Mayrch 31^^^^ 

Swimming instruction for 
beginners, boys and girls, 
between the ages of six and 
twelve will be held on Saturdays 
and on Tuesday afternoons. 
Held in the indoor, heated pool, 
the series of ten lessons costs 
$10. Some of the Saturday 
classes offer bus transportation 
from various points in Virginia 
Beach, and a call to the YMCA 
will give you times and routes. 

Other programs being offered 
this spring include junior and 
senior lifesaving, scut>a diving, 
tennis, fencing, karate. Judo, 
gymnastics, and guitar. A 
brochure describing the various 
programs is available by 
calling the YMCA, 622-6328. 

Three baseball skill programs 
will be offered boys in grades 



Mat rankings completed 

Last week in production, the SUN apologizes for this make- 
top three weight classes were up error. The three missing 
left off the final wrestling weight rankings are as follows: 
rankings of the season. The 

167 pounds: 1. Smith, Princess Anne; 2. Welch, 
Kempsville; 3. Drinko, First Colonial; 4. Roche, 

Cox. 

185 pounds: 1. Gaudreau, Cox; 2. Early, Princess 
Anne; 3. Terry, Kellam; 4. Everett, Kempsville. 

Heavyweight: 1. Sufims, Cox; 2. Young, Kellam; 
3 Davison, First Colonial; 4. Rimarsid, Kemp- 
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will feature two full days of 
drag racing activity on 
Saturday and Sunday, March 
Mth and 2Sth. Headlining the 
wertend are the powerful funny 
cars and fuel-burning motor- 
cycles. The World Record 
Championship Drag Meet, 
sanctioned by the International 
Hot Rod Association, is the 
opening event of the speedway's 
1973 season. Time trial and 
record runs begin at 10 a.m. 
Saturday, and the runs will 
conUnue until 5 p.m. Com- 
petition qualifying will be held 
from 2 until 8 p.m., and pro 
stock qualifying will be between 
4 and 9 p.m. Gass runs are set 
from • to 10 p.m. Top fuel bikes 
will have their qualifying runs 
at 7 and 9 p.m., and funny cars 
will begin qualifying at 8 p.m. 
On Sunday, final time trials will 
be held between 10. SO a.m. and 
13:S0 p.m., and final 
eliminations for all classes will 
start at l p.m. Tickets are IS 
Saturday and 17 Sunday, or a 
two-day ticket can be had for 
$10. 

THE REBEL SOD has grown 
up. Darlington Raceway began 
the Rebel as a 300-mile con- 
vertible race and then changed 
it into a 400-mile hardtop event. 
Now the South Carolina track 
has made it into the Rebel 500. 



and the "Big Iron" of NASCAR 
will run the SOO-mile event. The 
race will . carry a full FIA 
sanction, meaning thaf dMvers 
from USAC are eligible to run at 
Darlington for the first thne. 
The Rebel 500 will get the 
surter's flag at 1 p.m. on 
Sunday, April ISth. 
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STOCK CAR MUSEUM, which 
is located at Darlington 
Raceway, will open April 1st, 
two weeks before the running of 
the Rebel 500. Open seven days 
a week, the museum houses the 
largest collection of stock 
racing cars in the world. 



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p.m. on Sunday, March 2Sth. 
The unique double-header will 
National Championship Late 
Model Sportsman race and a 
250-lap NASCAR National 
Championahip Modified race. 
The late model sports^ien will 
run first at the Virginia track. 
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drove a 1936 coupe last year, but 
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NASCAR trend that la latiag 
old coupe bodies replaced by the 
late models. Richmond's T 
Hutchins is the late 
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The el^t-week baseball clinic 
costs $8, and registrations may 
be made by mail or in person at 
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Students to compete in vocational contest 



•Memben of the Vocational 
t^ustrial Clubs of America 
4VICA) organization from 
||uffo.lk^ Portsmouth, 
Chesapeake, Norfolk and 
Virginia Beach will hold (he 
ma jorily^ Iheir AnuaF inter- 
city contest in v/rginia Beach 



this year on March 17 and 
March 31. 

Winners of the local contatt 
will advance to the state 
competitkm in Roanoke with a 
chance to continue on to the 
natioifil event in Tulsa, 
Oklahoma. 



New rules relaxed for 
inmates' correspondence 



The contest is open to VIQA 
students who are currently 
engaged In tratle, industrial, 
technical, or healOi education 
programs on the secondary or 
post-eecondary level. 

Competition will be in two 
categories: geno-al and skill. 
The skill contest will be held at 
the Virginia Beach Vocational- 
Technical Education Center 
and the Norfolk Vocational- 
Technical Education Center 
beginning at 9:00 a.m. on 
Saturday, March 17. The 



New regulations have been 
issued by the Virginia Depart' 
ment of Welfare and 
Institutions' Division of 
Corrections which give greater 
freectem to inmates in mailing 
letteri and receiving 
publicattons. 

In general, the relaxed rules 
were drifted to conform with 
the Uniform Correctional 
Policies and Procedures issued 
last year by the Association of 
State Corre-ctional 
Administrators. 

W.K, Cunningham, Jr., 
Director of the Division of 
Corrections, said that, 
generally speaking, there will 
be no censorship or reading of 
the private correspondence of 
an inmate, but letters will be 
inspected for contraband. 

In exceptional cir- 
cumstapces, he added, mail 
would be read for content "in 
cases where there is reasonable 
,cause to believe that an in- 
dividu^; inmate is using the 
mails .for purposes which 
direct^ threaten the security of 

Whitehurst 
appointed to 

subcommittee 

Secoitd District Congressman 
William Whitehurst (R-Va.) has 
announced his appointment to a 
subcoilttmittee of the House 
Armed-^rvices Committee als 
it!* secpnd ranking minority 
membeir. F. Edward Hebert (D- 
La.), committee chairman, 
appointed Whitehurst to the 
Military Inslaliations and 
Fabililies Subcohimittee. 

The subcommittee has 
legislative jurdisication over 
several Important aspects of the 
military, including military 
cunslruction, acquiring and 
disponing of material, housing 
_and Ittpport facilities, base 
"closufes, real estate, and 
related legislative oversight. 



the institution." Such ex- ^.^ , ,, . . 

ceptlons would rwiuire Cun- I ,nilfU> llfit 111 pnilt 

ningham's approvsl. '^ 

The Cruise Services Buraiu 
of the Norfolk Port k Industrial 
Authority announced that its 
1V7S-1974 Passenger Cruise 
Schedule, listing cruises from 
Norfolk Is now available. 
Cqples can be obtained tram the 
Bureau at ISOO Maritime Tower, 
Norfblk, Va. 28510, Tel: 703 - 625- 



In revised rules relating to 
publications which can be 
received by inmstos, Cun- 
ningham said a puUieations 
committee that would include a 
representative from the 
Virginia State Library was 
being established. Its purpose 
will be to determine whldi 
puUicaUons may be received 
by inmates. 



general competition will take 
place at Bay side High School on 
Wednesday, March 21, starting 
at 3:30 p.m. 

In the skill contest students 
will compete in masonry, auto 
mechanics, electricity, elec- 
tronics, auto body, carpentry, 
cosmetology, practical nursing, 
mechanical drawing, ar- 
chitectural drawing, and 
machine shop activities at the 
Virginia Beach VoTech Center. 
Norfolk will host the welding 
and offset printing competition. 

The general competition at 
Bayside High School on March 
21, will include such categories 
as club business procedures, 
extemporaneous speakings 
posters, displays, exhibits, and 
student of the year. 

First, second and third place 
awards will be given in all 
categories of both the skill and 
general competition as the 
students compete for trophies, 
cash awards, and scholarships. 



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Beach fund raisers set 



Nine Virginia Beach team 
captains for the annual 
"Friends of Virginia Weeleyan 
CoUege" program have been 
named, according to an an- 
nouncement by William J. 
Fanney, general chairman of 
the 1973 Frlfnds program. 

Selected to work with Virginia 
Beach Chairman James P. 
Sadler are James G. Kon- 
tapanos, Thomas J. Lyons, Mrs. 
Cameron Munden, Raymond E. 
Brann Jr., John S. Waller, 
Howard M. Weisberg, WUllam 
E. Wood, Clenton W. Shanks 
and Taylor W. Johnson Jr. 

The Friends program, which 



win Invdve 33 business and 
professional men as team 
captains in Tidewater, Is an 
annual effort to secure 
operating su|q;>ort for Virginia 
Wesleyan Collie. 

Rev. Cari N'aro 
Lenten speaker 

The Rev. Carl J. Naro, pastor 
of St. Nicholas Roman Catholic 
Church, will be the Lenten 
preacher at St. Friends 
Episcopal Church, 509 
Rosemont Road, Sunday, 
March 18 at 7:30 p.m. 




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otorists who've moved may miss 73 Kcense ]plates 



Good Citizenship Award amiual competitiori open 



VwnL.Hino< 
flw Diction of Motor Vckicles, 
wwm^y&l^ molirisU who 
movfldUiclrresidence last year 
and faled to notify the Division, 
ttat vAf must inform DMV of 
9atkc mm address promptly, or 
opec^to «me!»toc« iJUays in 
buyinfl^l973 V<!!e«se plates. 



apiriicatieiis ntumed to us by 
the Post Office," says Hill, 
"because the car owner no 
longer rerides at the indicated 
ad<b-ess." 

To avoid last-minute delays 
•rltag waits at Division offices, 
vehicle owners should notify a 
local DMV license agent, 
brandi offke, or the Central 
Office in Richmond im- 



srA^--_.^^jwfc«r , locai umv license 

"We^1«fn! IM tkoukafids of brandi offke, or the ( 
ttie rdjbently mailed' renewal Office in Richmond 

T 

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notification should include all extra minute or two to make 

ivn license numbers, as wdl as aire the application is complete 

both old and new addreases, and properly signed, wUl save 

including zip codes. time and troi^le" 

ceSXy'SSSTp^ Any maUing to the Central 

box on the renewal application Office in Richmond ^uld be 

for- iwurance coverage and addrtased to Division of Motor 
their applications have to be 

returned - thereby causing Vehkles, P.O. Box 27412, Rich- 
delays and expense to both the mond, Virginia, 23288. 



Second District Congressman 
William Whitehurst (R-Va.) 
retxntly announced plans for 
conducting the Good Citizenship 
Award competition in the high 
schools of Norfolk and Virginia 
Beach. It is the fourth annual 
competition. 

The award is a means d 
recognizing high school senior 
students who have been con- 
tributing toward a t>^tter 
community by working with 



organizations. It is given in 
cooperation with Norf dk School 
Superintendent A. L. Ayers, 
Virginia Beach School' 
Superintendent E.E. Brickell, 
and the Mayor's Committee of 
Norfolk Mayor Roy Martin, and 
Virginia Beach Mayw Robert 
Cromwell. The awfird is an all 
expense paid day in Washington 
as the guest of Congressman 
Whitehurst. 
Selection will be made on the 



d\1c l^oups, schools, and other basis of the student's volunteer 



work, leadership or par- 
ticipation in a community 
service project such as a 
church, scout, civic, or pditical 
organization, and the leader- 
ship or participation in school 
activities. The contest closes 
March 28. Application forms 
will be available at the high 
schod's Guidance Department. 
A Faculty Committee at each 
schod will select a student from 
the applicants by April 4 to 
reprraent the schod before the 



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Mayor's Committee. The 
Committee will select the final 
winner to represent the city 
from the schod nominees by 
April 14. The two winners fly to 
Washington May 7 as the^gueat 
of Congres*Sman Whitehurst, 
attending Committee hearings 
and meeting Congressional 
losdcrs. 

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women as 
major resource 



Society is failing to utilize one 
of its major resources because 
-j^ mylhs,^lradiU(HU _and_ JiL 
abundance of false information 
concerning women, according 
to Rolph E. Anderson, associate 
professor of business 
management at Old Dominion 
l^versity. 

In the future, myths that have 
been perpetuated about women 
will be unacceptable to better- 
educated men and women, 
Anderson contends. The belief 
that women do not work as long 
or as regularly as men due to 
IMness and "female problems" 
is not supported by the facts. 

He cites a study by the Public 
Health Service which indicates 
that women miss 5.9 days per 
year for illness or injury as 
cimpared to 5.2 days per year 
for men. In addition, the 
average period of work for a 
single woman is 45 years as 
compared to 43 ye^rs for men. 

Another erroneou: im- 
pression is that men refuse to 
work for female supervisors. 
Anderson stated, "Most men 
who complain about women 
B H) e rvi s OT 8 have^iever worked 



foe a woman.' 

Anderson said most women 
are hot being utilized to their 
full capacity which results in a 
loss to our society in an article, 
"Working Women: America's 
Greatest Underutilized 
Resource,' published in the 
February issue of Business 
Horizons. Anderson co-authored 
the article with Richard J. 
tersine, associate professor of 
txisiness management at ODU. 



"Thirty-one million women 
are in the labor force or nearly 
telf of^ali v^omen between Jm 
ages of 18 and^M. Yet, These 
working women earn con- 
siderably less than men 
working in the same 
categories," said Anderson. 
There is no reason, in- 
tellectually, physically or 
otherwise, that a woman's 
earnings should be less tttan a 
man's," he said. 

The saying that "a woman's 
place is in the home" is no 
longer ai^licable, according to 
Anderson. His research in- 
dicates that nine out of 10 
women will work outside the 
home at some time during their 
lives. The introduction of many 
labor-saving appliances has 
reduced much of the wcn-k 
around the hmne thus making 
the task of homemaking a part- 
time endeavor for most women. 
On the other hand, ap- 
proximately half of the 31 
million working women find it 
financially necessary to be 
employed because they are 
either single, widowed, 
divorced, lirlraW'lursBands 
earning less than $3,000 per 
year. 

Anderson insists that, "By 
emphasizing job performance, 
rather than such irrelevant 
variables as sex, organizations 
will be able to mwe ftilly utilize 
the talents of all their human 
resources and allow men and 
women to gain new respect for 
each other as intelfectual and 
emotional peers." 



Activities for senior citizens: 



This week and next, the 
EJepartment of Social Services 
offers Ihe following events to 
senior citizens: 

Thursday, March 15— Lecture 
and slides by Art Devlin. Bring 
a bag lunch. 

Friday, March Ift— Mrs. Mary 
deGouche will discuss adult 
services from social services. 
Bring a bag lunch. 

Monday. March 19— Shopping 
trip, cards, games, bridge in- 
struction Bring a bag lunch. 

Wednestlay, March 21— 



Bring 



Quilting class, ceramics, 
a bag lunch. 

These activities are offered at 
the two senior citizen centers, 
Thalia Lynn Baptist Church and 
Westwooid Hills Baptist Church. 

Details may be obtained by 
calling tjie Department of 
Parks and Recreation, 497-4884. 
Activities are open (o anyone 60 
or over. 



' Brenda Anne Lehr became 
the bride of George Henry 
Hogge, Jr. and Susan Marie 
Lehr became the bride of James 
Grumman Clark in a double 
ceremony on March 10 at Ihe 
Little Creek Amphibious Base 
Chapel with Chaplain J.C. 
Rittenhouse officiating. 

Brenda Anne and Susan 
Marie Lehr are the daughters of 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loren 
Lehr of Virginia Beach. Mr. 
Hogge is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
George Henry Hogge Sr. of 
Norfolk. Mr. Clark is the son of 
J. Arthur Clark and Mrs. 
Charles Rhue of Virginia 
Beach. 

The brides were escorted and 
given away by their father. 
They wore individual gowns and 
their attendants wore identical 
gowns. 

Brenda Anne's gown of white 
satin with old-fashioned lace 
featured a satin waistband and 
matching elbow-length veil. She 
carried a cascade of white 
sweetheart roses with white 
orchid corsage in the center. 

Susan Marie's gown of wjiite 
satin and chantilly lace was 
accented with seed pearls. Her 
elbow length veil was fashioned 
of chantilly lace with seed 
pearls, She carried a bouquet of 
stephonitis and orchids. 

The honor attendants wore 
violet chiffon gowns and carried 
bouquets of orchids. The 
bridesmaids wore orchid 
chiffon gowns and carried 
bouquets of violets. 

Donna Raye Doane of Rich- 
mond, cousin of the bride, 
served as Brenda Anne's maid 
of honor. Bridesmaids were 
Patricia Anne Jacoby of Nor- 
folk, sister of the groom, and 



Mrs. Sherran Williams ""of 
Chesapeake, the groom's sister. 

George Henry Hogge Sr. 
served as his son's best man. 
Mr. Hogge's ushers were 
Stephen Arthur Lehr, brother of 
the bride, and Brad Forbes of 
Norfolk. 

Susan Marie's honor at- 
tendant was Mrs. Colette West 
of Virginia Beach. Her 
bridesmaids were Mr. Debra 
Clark of Virginia Beach and 
Mrs. Judy Downs of Virginia 
Beach. 

David M. Clark of Virginia 
Beach served as his brother's 
best man. Mr. Clark's ushers 
were Richard Cox and Robert 
L. Etheride Jr., both of Virginia 
Beach. 

Brenda Anne is a graduate of 
Princess Anne High School and 
is employed by Home Beneficial 
Life Insurance Company. Susan 
Marie is a graduate of Princcu 
Anne High School and is em- 
ployed by the City of Virginia 
Beach in the data processing 
department. 

Mr, Hogge graduated from 
Maury High School, attended 
Old Dominion University and il 
presently employed by Home 
Beneficial Life Insurance 
Company. 

Mr. Clark is a graduate of 
Virginia Beach High School and 
is employed by Sears, Roebuck 
and Co. 

A reception was held for the 
bridal couples at the Wheel 
House, Little Creek Amphibious 
Base. 

After a wedding trip to Sugar 
Mountain. N.C., Mr. and Mrs. 
Hogge wilt live in Norfolk. After 
a wedding trip to Williamsburg, 
Mr. and Mrs. Clark will live in 
Viit;inia Beach. 





GIFT TO COLLEGE — The Women nf Wesleyan offlcially 
wrapped up he four:h annual Flea Market recently when 
Mrs. L.C. Brennan (left). Flea Market chairwoman, 
presen ed a check for $3,000 (o Virginia Wesleyan College 
Presiden Lambuh M. Clarke. Looking on is Mrs. John W. 
Mason Jr.. Women of Wesleyan president. 




HOMEWAKERS tXrtJNCIt ^ Mrsr^^M. PriiteH ( righf ). 
Ex ension Homemakers Council of Virginia Beach city 
presiden , welcomes the Aragona club to (he council by 
presen ing Mrs. C.W. Kemble, Aragona club president, with 
he council yearbo<ik. 

Teachers at conference 



Mrs. Una L. Coleman, a 
teacher for the learning 
disabled at the Virginia Beach 
Center for Effective Learning, 
and '^ Mrs. Mary Walker, 

Tie^en wedding 

The Sun stated incorrectly 
last week that Mrs. John 
Herbert Tietjen was formerly 
employed by M.M. Gunler and 
Son, Inc., prior to her marriage. 
Mrs. Tietjen is currently em- 
ployed by M.M. Gunter and Son, 
Inc. 



assistant to the supervisor of 
special education, Virginia 
Beach Public Schools, are at- 
tending the 10th International 
Conference of the Association 
for Children with Learning 
Disabilities, now through 
March 17 in Detroit. 



Mrs. James Grammaa Clarit 



The women of the Moose, Cliapter 1331 of Viroinia Beach 
Lodge 1998, will sponsor a St. Patrick's Day dance on Friday, 
March 16, from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Music will t>e provided by the 
Shenandoahs. All Moose members and their guests are invited. 

Navy wives' classes set 



Naval Air Station Oceana will 
conduct a three-day Navy 
Wives' Informational School 
beginning March 27 to provide 
useful, everyday information 
for Navy and Marine Corps 
wives. 

Topics to be covered will 
include advancement- 
promotions, pay and 
allowances, retirement- 
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District Congressman G. 
William Whitehurst announced 
that qualifled secretaries in- 
terested in employment with 
the United States Congress are 
being recruited in the 
Tidewater area. 

According to Daniel and 
Wliitehurst, individuals wanting 
to work on Capitol Hill in 
Washington, DC, are being 
sought locally by the Joint 
Committee on Congressional 
Operations. 

Recruiters from the com- 
mittee are planning to come to 
Tid^ater in the next few weeks 
to interview qualified ap- 
plicants. The minimum 
requirements are: typing,- 60 
words per minute; shorthand, 
80 words per minute; and at 
least a high school diploma. 

Starting salaries are from 
$7,000 to $9,000. Qualified ap- 
plicants should call collect the 



Capitol Hill Placement Office at 
(202) 225-4909 for additional 
information. 

Pageant brunch 
to be given 

Single women between the 
ages of 18 and 28 who are 
residents of Virginia Beach and 
into^ted in entering the Miss 
Virginia Beach Pageant are 
invited to a brunch on Sunday, 
March 18, at the hmne of Mrs. 
James Pearce. 

The Miss Virginia Beach 
Pageant is a preliminary to the 
Miss America Pageant. 
Preliminary interviews will be 
held at the brunch and the final 
selection of 10 to 12 candidates 
will be made. 

Furttjer information on tlie 
brunch may be obtained by 
writing Mrs. Robert White, 
Candidate Chairman, 541 
Harton Circle, Virginia Beach, 
Va. 234S2 or by calling 340-4078. 



Club netvs and Notes 

TIOeWATER APPALACHIAN TRAILCLUB 

Tidewater Appalachian Trail Club will meet March 21, at 8 
p.m. at the Kempsvllle Public Library. The topic will be 
"Whitewater canoeing." 

The club Is a branch of the Appalachian Trail Conference. It 
meets the third Wednes«lay of each month, scheduling a hike in 
the Blue Ridge Mountains. 
Club members share travel expenses. 

LEGAL SECRETARY ASSOCIATION 

A meeting of the Virginia Beach Legal Secretary 
Association will be held at the Bonanza Reslaurant on Laskin 
Road, March 19 at 6 p.m. 

Karl Schwartz, III, trust officer and vice president of 
Virginia National Bank, will be guest speaker. His topic will be 
"Wills and Estates." 

DAM NECK OFFICERS WIVES CLUB 

Dam Neck Officers Wives Club will meet for a coffee at 
Little Creek Officers Club, March 21 at 10 a.m. The Guided 
Missile School Command will be hostess. There will be a 
program on candlemaking. 

ECUMENICAL ASSOCIATION 

The VN-ginIa Beach Area Ecumenical Association will meet 
on March 19 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Aldan's Episcopal Church, 
corner of Edinburgh Drive and Little Neck Road in King's 
Grant. 

ABWA, VA. BEACH CHAPTER 

Virginia Beach Charter Chapter, American Business 
Women's Association, will hold lt» monthly meeting at the Ft. 
Story Officers Club, March 21 at 6: 30 p.m. Guest speaker will be 
Mrs. Joy Tally. Her topic will be "Psychic." Vocational 
speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy Anderson. 

BAY COLONY GARDEN CLUB 
_Mrs. . William Ault. a mem.ber--ot the flay^ Coioay-Gar^len 
ClOb, spoke at a recent meeting of the club at the home of Mrs. 
Edward D. Johnson. She discussed a method of coordinating 
food and flowers. 

The club's outstanding project of the year Is the Christmas 
Greens Sale. Proceeds from this sale were used to continue the 
HANDS project at the Virginia Beach SPCA. A permanent 
cinder -block border was placed around the flower beds. 
PHI THETA KAPPA 

Phi Theta Kappa Planning Committee of Tidewater Com- 
munity College, Virginia Beach Campus, will sponsor a social 
for members and pledges on March 17 at the Mariner Motel 
Conference Room. Installation of pledges will begin at t p.m., 
followed by a social hour and dinner. Dress Is semi-formal. 
UNITED DAUOHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY 

The Pickett-Buchanan Chapter, United Daughters of the Con- 
federacy, held its March meeting at the Commodore Club with 
a St. Patrick's Day theme. Mrs. Claude E. Jordan Jr., 
historian, gave a talk on Sam Davis, distant cousin of Jefferson 
Davis. The club received a report that repairs are in progress 
In Elmwood Cemetery to Confederate servicemen's lots. 
LINLIERGARDENCLUB 

Col. Joseph W. Viner, executive vice president, Virginia 
Beach Beautlflcatlon Commission, was the featured speaker at 
the recent meeting of the LInlier Garden Club at the home of 
Mrs. John Krueger. A drive to plant native crape myrtle 
throughout the city is now on. 

TOWN AND COUNTRY OARDEN CLUB 

Dr. Charles Elstrodt was guest speaker at the recent 
meeting of the Town and Country Garden Club In the home of 
Mrs. Burton Weshiet. The talk on annuals Included a slide 
presentation on trial gardens raised by the Truck and Or- 
namental Research Station. Blue ribt>ons were presented to 
Mrs. Carroll Page, Mrs. William McHenry and Mrs. George 
Giles for flower arrangements. For horticulture, blue ribbons 
were presented to Mrs. George Giles, Mrs. William Mitchell 
and Mark Weshiet, the hostess' son. 

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Ocean Park Woman's Club 



Fifteen-year tradition cheers patients at Hospital 



By HELEN CRIST 

It was a day for thinking of 

(rthers. . .last Thursday, at 
Eastern State Hospital. That's 
trho) the Ocean Park Woman's 
Club, true to a 15-year-old 
^adition, made its monthly 
visit to Williamsburg, to 
bri^ten the day for 24 paUoits 
of Building 22. 

Fog hung heavy and gray as 

— BIrs. William (Gale) Sherman's 
station wagon approached the 
Hampton Roads Tunnel. With 
her were Mrs. J.L. (Gertrude) 
Eley, Mrs. Charles (Mae) 
Hiller, Mrs. Leonard (Elinor) 
Felton and Mrs. E.F. (Nancy) 
Irwin. 

The back of the station wag<» 
was loaded with party fixings: 
homemade cheese biscuits, 
brownies, cherry bread; 
pretzels and strawberry punch. 

They arrived too early for the 
scheduled 2 p.m. party, so the 
m^men walked and browsed 
about the always fascinating 
dwps of Williamsburg. 

There was luncheon at the 

6btekahominy House, and a 

stop at the Fashion Shop on the 
hospital grounds to leave boxes 
of clothes for the patients. 

It's with a feeling of in- 
dependence that the patients 
receive chits for the Fashion 
Shop, where they select their 
own clothes if they need them. 
At present, there's a need tot 
women's dresses in the larger 
sizes, from 22 to 26>^. .« 

The club women entered the 
hospital >uilding, where Uie 
patients were eagerly waiUng 
for them. They set up the tables 
quickly, poured punch over ice 
cubes in a bowl and arranged, 
the food. 

"Come have some refresh- 
ments," they said. 

They responded at once, 
fllling their plates, then toking a 
seat around the sides of the 
recreation room. 



There were short curtains 
which Gertrude Eley had made 
for the windows. "We wanted to 
brighten the room a little," she 
said. 

Individual conversations 
were the order, as the women 
visited with the patients, and 
the talking was lively. 

Mrs. Erlene Mason, 
psychiatric aide at the building 
said that most all of the patients 
are able to do for themselves. 
And she expressed an affection 
for them all. 

"I've been here 13 years, and 



I hope to be here 13 more and 
then some. All of the women are 
nice. I wouldn't do for one what 
I wouldn't do for all of them." 

They take bus trips to 
Newport News. Yorktovra and 
other places of interest. 

"And we can go home too," 
said one middle-aged woman, of 
cheerful personality. 

But home simply doesn't exist 
for most of them. There's no 
place to go and no one to take 
them. 

Strangely, while they speak 
hopefully of going b(«ie, one 



senses that it is at the hospital 
viiiere they feel most secure; 
that it is, indeed, their home and 
the only one they will ever know 
again. 

It was time for the singhig of 
hymns. The club women passed 
out the hymnals. 

Above the other voices, came 
one, unmistakenly that of a 
woman wtto sang with Joy and a 
measure of talent. 

There she sat. . .tiny 82-year- 
old Mamie, a black woman, in a 
green sweater, white apron 
over • black dreaa, dutdiing 




her book close to her failing 
eyes. 

She harmonized, she sang alto 
in a true pitch, she thumbed 
through the book until she found 
what she wanted. 

"There Were Ninety and 
NUie" Mamie ^Jtang, as the 
others listened. . .and they knew 
that she remembered that song 
from a childhood long gone but 
still there in memory.———— 

Then the party was over. 

"Time to leave," said the club 
women as they cleaned up the 
table, embracing and shaking 
hands with the patients. 

They left the big room with 
promises to return, and the 
patients thanlied them 
profusely and the women waved 
goodbye. 

As they went from the room, 
it followed them out. . tiie 
plaintive true notes of Mamie, 



lost in her happiness of 
remembering, still singing, 
"There Were Ninety and Nine" 
- again and again and again. 

Social Workers 
Month prodaimed 

Mayor Robert B. Cromwell 
,Jr. has proclaimed the month of 
March as Tslational Social 
Workers Month. The 
proclamation is sponsored by 
the National Association of 
Social Worlters, whicli has been 
instrumental in adopting a code 
of professional ethics, 
publishing' professional up-to- 
date articles, a journal and 
books, instituting professional 
educational programs and a 
paid professfonal lobbyist to 
present views of the profession 
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J »*«, io/.t William The mother is the former 
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else we will make up the dif- 
ference" is tht {rfiUosophy trf 
The House of Zenith, formerly 
Lamborts TV, acccbiing to 
Leonard JBeUlnger one of the 
two owners. 

ThA.Jttouse of Zenith is a 
CMubbnUion of the efforts of two 
^HBig nun, Lemuutl Bellinger 
and Calyin L. Lambert who 
togetfefr have formed the 
"lantest Zenith outlet in the 



Tidewater area. The new emtir 
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Slowlrbut surely, bile by bitft, we're going to learn sop^Wg '.< 
about the nutritional value of the food we're eating.., . - '• • 

The Food and Drug Administration has called for V4^1^rti'f. 
nutritional labeling which would tell us how much of a "raW«*^ . 
mcndml daily allowance" of protein, vitamins and minerals we'r» 

getting. 

The labeling will be mandatory whenever a food manufacturer 
makM a nutritional claim or adds some nutrient to its product. This 
meahs milk producers must have nutrition labels on milk cirtonp'it 
vitamin A or D is added. "Diet" soft drinks (low calorie) will fljio 
have to use nutrition labels even if it means a genes 9^1i^M^< 

spaces. ' ,, \ ' ''l^' 

Margarine manufacturers will be included becau^^ Aljigf',!^' 
vitamin A and sometime D. Bread manufacturers who' t|M 
enriehedilour will have to use nutritional labels as well aa frujt- 
drinMbotflM^ who add vitamin C. Breakfast-food msnufactiarers 
hav^used various fwrms of nutrition labeling for some tln^e. "j 

some manufacturers who would not be required to use rtutritili" 
labels under FDA's rules are already doing so voluntarily.- 
Pill^Hiry was the first to put nutrition labels on some of its 
pro^Kts. Del Monte, Best Foods (Hellman's mayonnaise. Skippy 
peamjtbutter. Karo syrup) and Smuckers have all come out with 
somelorm of nutritional labeling. Others will soon follow. ' . 

Each nutrition label must give serving siie, aniouni of eak^^ 

ierving^and amo unts of various nutrients per seryin^. xte 
nutrients will be listed as percentages of the govemmeniT 
"recommended dally allowance" which includes such nutrients ^s, • i^^ward 
prottin, vitamins A and C, calcium, iron and various B wJamN- i^-o,-- 

It will be almost Impossible, however, to try to note^.alHhe r^/^ 
nutrient percentages in order to come up with a complete <W)^ - •••»••" » 
allow&nce score. ; 

Aptually, the nutrition labels should be used as a pomt of $ale9 
comparison shopping guide. For example, when you compare cahs 
of sopp you'll find that some give far more of a nutritional buy than 
othm. Some are quite high In protein, other are almost flavored 

Another way to use nutritional labels for comparison sh<^ng is 
to odnpare nutrients in national brands with those in loqal Br4iKiS. 

If th4 nutrition lists are the same, then you can buy th» least ex- fg^ctffl-andcflmpetitions3Ja._4)ial£s&oc i^l - JjusJJJes* 

fensJve bran4. ~Unle8S"there%-»-btg taste difference; why^-pay ^^ ^ ^-so p.m., March 24. in manaRpment. who sill speak on 

mor«C? ^ .... , J Old Dominion University's 

It^nv.- Cheese pizza will emerge as a much more nutritious (ood^^^^ ^^^^^ cafeteria. Ap- 

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receiver plaque 

Mrs. Ann Slillman, manager 
of the i>t» uhd Sun Mcrtel, 29th 
and Atlantic, was recently 
|H-esented a plaque and cer- 
tiflcate of appreciation from 
General Electric fw her ex- 
ceptional assistance to support 
project personnel. . Mrs. 
Stillman provided living 
quarters for G.E. personnel who 
were ai temporary assignment 
In Virginia Beach. 

Callahan 
commended 

Koben C. Callahan, .Sr. of 
Virginia Beach, an ageni for the 
Allslale Insurance Companies, 
ha.s received a special com- 
nieftdalory award for out- 
standing sales achievement 
during the companies' recent 
sales program— Breakaway 
1973. 



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Ihan.'n^OBt of us imagined 
amoifnts of protein and calcti 
C, vitamin A and the B vitamins. 

Item — Cantaloupe and watermelon will emerge as ex- 
trawtlinary nutritional buys. One slice of cantaloupe conUlns more 
than half the vitamins A we need for the day, half the vitamin C and 
has only 30 calories. Watermelon has large amounts of vltan»in>C. 
and A plus Iron and some B vitamins. 

When comparing nutritional labels of similar products, the tricit 
Is to get the most nutrition for the least amount of calorics. 

Pillsbury has a good booklet. "The Label is More Than 
Decoration," which helps decode the new labels item by item. It 
also lists the required nutrients and why we need them. You can get 
a free copy by writing: Dept. of Nutrition; 840C Pillsbtu-y Bldg..; , 
Minneapolis, Minn. 55402. '. ' 

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Center 
proximately 

students from 33 Virginia high 

schools are expected to attend. 

According to Earl W. Bracy, 

associate professor of business 



education al ODl! and regiwial 
director ( >r the district, ac- 
tivities will include an address 
by Del Albert Teich, ODU 



the 1973 session of the General 
Assembly. 



After thF address, a series trf 
competitions based on business 
skills will be held to establish 
regional winners who will travel 



Morse appointed 



to a state competition. Judges 
for the contesto will be local 
businessmen and members of 
the ODU faculty. 

— Fdtowifls-kmeb in 
University's dormitories, the 
group will hold a business 
meeting, and elect and Itntall 
its officers. 

" Atthiw^ only members (rf the 
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Max R. Presgraves, of 
Hemlock Avenue, has been 
named manager of the new full 
line Montgomery Ward store 
scheduled to open next month 
on Victory Blvd., in Ports- 
mouth. He was formerly store 
manager of the Wards retail 
store in Fredericksburg, Va. 

A native of Garke County. 
Presgraves joined Wards In 

1V6 as a satasman. In 1967 he 
was appointed a department 
manager In Winchester, Va. He 
progressed through positions of 
increasing responsibility and in 
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automotive center in Win- 



chester. He later servgdasi* 
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large Ward aiprts before .iMiag 
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professional and hilarious 



THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973-PAQE 19 



Tidewater Dinner Theatre 
haa opeotd perhaps the most 
professiwial production of Neil 
Simon's hilarious corned v 
"Barefoot in Ae Park" yet to be 
seen in this area. 

It is professional from its 
set-whlcb effectively and 
elaborately utilizes the 
theatre's giant stage-to its 
deli^tful cast, a combination of 
New Ywk and local taloit. 

Qiriatoi^a' Cooney has done 
an excdlent job in directing this 
show, bringing out the best in 
the performers and giving full 
rein td Simon/s quick, sharp 
hinnor; 

Cbri| Rhodes, who has 
starred in a number of area 
dinner* theatre productions, 
truly domes into her own in 
"Barefbot". She literally shines 
as the; young wife who, after 
only six days of marriage, sees 
her lawyer-husband as a 
"stuffed shirt" simply because 
he doein't conform to her own 
kooky fife style. Not that she 
really viants him to be a weirdo ; 
she merely wants him to show 
he's drunk, if he is, and walk 
beref<iot in the park, if he wants 
to. Uninhibited. That's the way 
she wants him. She thinks. 

Misa Rhodes is a bundle of 
bvely; energy as she bounces 
aboutithe large stage. Her in- 
terpretation and execution of 
this challenging role is a perfect 
Moid of good talent and fine 
direction. 

Tom Weller as the struggling 
young. lawyer who is awarded 

Jeanne Davis 
-places first 

in' art show 

JeaHhe M. Davis of Virginia 
Beach,: a senior art major at 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 
received a (300 purchase award 
as fin^ prize in the fourth an- 
imal ^te Student Art Com- 
petitioh held at the school and 



six cents on his first jury case is 
appropriately stuffy, even 
slightly wooden, in act one. But 
he easily slips into the warm 
^d, yes, dnmk and uninhibited 
person the role demands in the 
last act He's an appealing 
young actor, p«^ectly cast. 

Denice Derenque, as the 
bride's very proper mother who 
tries dllligently to fit in as one of 
the guys, is a true professional. 
She overcame a slipped wig 



'Barefoot' 
expanded 

"Barefoot in the Park," Neil 
Simon's hit Broadway comedy, 
has been expanded to play 
Wednesdays through Sundays 
at Tidewater Dinner Theatre. 

The comedy is playing in 
repertory with Edward Albee's 
"Who's Afraid of Virginia 
Wooin;' which will now |^y 
on Tuesdavs onlv. "VirKinia 
Woolf was originally 
slated to play Tuesdays 
through Thursdays, but lack of 
interest in that show and ad- 
vance sales for "Barefoot" 
indicate that audiences prefer 
to see "Barefoot, according to 
Alan Sader, owner-manager of 
the theatre. 

Reservations for either play 
may be made by calling 420- 
0933. 

3 artists 
in exhibit 



^^mTBT sKiaeiils~fix)m colleg^ 
andimiversities throughout 
die state. 

Misspayis won first place for 
an untitled mixed media 
paintihg and an honorable 
mention for a second untitled 
painting. She won over 100 
students from 14 other colleges 
and uidversities who exhibited 
entries in various categories. 

She is the daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. John M. Davis of East Bay 
Shore Drive. 



Three contemporary artists 
are currently presenting their 
works at the Village Gallery, 
through April 3. 

Kitty Leary works in 
watercolors in tones of black 
and sepia. She has been 
exhibiting locally for several 
■years and has won numerous 
awards. 

Thelma , Ake rs' hangin g 
sculptures are made by ap- 
plying layer upon layer of 
acrylic medium in earth tones. 

Dan Taggert has won many 
awards since 1%9 for his non- 
objective abstract watereolmv 
in varying bright hues. 

The Village Gallery is located 
in College Park at the corner of 
Indian River and Providence 
Roads. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 
p.m. weekdays (except Wed- 
nesday) and noon to 6 p.m. on 
weekends. 



situatkni opening ni^t with so 
much aplomb the mishap 
merely added to Uie show's 
hilarity. I'm actually sorry 
other audioices will mrt have an 
opportwiity to enjoy the ftm of 
watching "mother" resain 
her dignity with a lopsided hair 
style! It was a luck^ day for 
Conney, and Tidewater Dhuier 
Theatre, when he fotmd this 
accomplished actress in New 
York. 

The role of the slightly aging, 
but sex-conscious, neighbor of 
the young couple is one that 
hivariably seems to provoke 
excessiveness: overacting, 
overaccenting, etc. But Mark 
Costigan in this production find 
the happy medium. His 
characterization of Victor 
Velasco is the best I've seien; 
even better than Charles 
Boyer's screoi role. Costigan 
plays it for laughs but not to 
such extreme as to become 
tiresome or ridiculous. He plays 
Victor as a warm, lonely man 
who finally drops his shield of 
wit and charm and admits he 
would like to stop dyeing his 
hair, to begin acting his afte. 

The only other role in Uiis 
comedy is that of the telephone 
repairman and I have yet to see 
"Barefoot" when this minor 
role didn't alm<Mt pull the 
spotlight out from under the 
leads. And so it is with John 
Perkins' performance at 
Tidewater. His breathlessness 
at tackling the six flights to the 
couple's apartment, his rapid 
fire comments, even his ei^ 
pressirais, are simply perfect. 

He's a scream. 

Even if you have seen this 
play before you will enjoy it 
witti new vigor this go around. 
This is a package of good en- 
tertainment, the food, the play, 
the performances. It's Neil 
Simon at his best. And 
Tidewater Dinner Theatre does 
it full justice. 

—Ruby Jean Phillips 




Scouts help Easter Seal Campaign 



GIRL SCOUTS of Tr«M^ 134 pose in froni of the new Easier 
SealCen er where they are packaging Easier Seals for Ihe 
S*«ie y's Annual Campaign. They are (left lo right back 
r<iw): Terri Dallman, Tina Grimshaw, Theresa Kineke, 
Laureen Berard; (Frnni row) Linda^Bciard, Pam Mc- 
Comas, Diana Banon. ^ 

Arts Center members 
in annual exhibition 



The 21st annua) Virginia 
Beach Arts Center members' 
exhibition will beheld March IS- 
IS at the Virginia Beach Civic 
Center, 19th and Pacific 
Avenue. 

The 125 artists, all members 
of the Arts Center, will exhibit 
works in a variety of media, 
including watercolors, prints, 
sculptures, oils, ceramics and 
mixed media. Most works will 
be offered for sale. 

The exhibit will be open to the 
public at no charge from 1 to 9 
p.m. March 16 and 17, and from 
1 to 6 p.m. March 18. 

The Arts Center is also 
sponsoring specia^ events in 
conjunction with the exhibit, all 
of which are open lo the public. 
They will also be offered at the 
Civic Center. 

On March 17 at 2 p.m. Joe 
Monk, Virginia Museum artist- 
in-residence, will hold a 
ceramic workshop and 



demonstration. Curtis 
Walerfield will give a bird 
carving demonstration on the 
same day at 7 p.m. 

Arts Center members will 
give painting demonstrations 
using oils, acrylics, watercolors 
and pastels on March 18, from 1 
to 4 p.m. 

The Arts Center, sponsors of 
Ihe successful Boardwalk Art 
Show, is an educational, non- 
profit organization which has 
sponsored the annual members' 
exhibition since 1952. 



Twenty-eight Girl Scouts of 
Troop 134, from the Plau area 
of Vii^inia Beach, are working 
diligently lowanta earning a 
troop proficiency badge by 
helping the Virginia Easter Seal 
Society for Crippled Qiildren 
and Adults prepare for its an- 
nual Easter Campaign. 

After school and on Satur- 
days, the girls report to the new 
Easter Seal Center at 3101 
Magic Hollow Boulevard to 
package Easter Seals for 
mailing to volunteers who will 
distribute them from door to 
door and accept contributions. 

The girls, who range in age 
from 12 to 15, designed the 
Troop Badge to be earned in this 
instance. They decided to do a 
community service project for 
handicapped people as a troop 
effort and name the badge to be 
earned "Scouting Together." 

Dee Dallman, Arline Boyle 
and Isabel Hennick are 
housewives and leaders of 
Troop 134. Aside from 
homemaking they have devoted 
much of their time to 
developing an interesting 
program for their Girf Scouts. 

Dee Dallman explained that 
the girls are most eager to take 
on the many scouting projects 
in their manual as well as 
outside ones such as the Easter 
Seal program. "Last year the 
girls earned 150 badgta and one 
of the troop, Pam McComas, 
made First Class Scout before 
the end of her three years as a 
Cadette." First Class Scout is 
the highest plateau that can be 
attained in the Girl Scouts. 

Troop 134 has so far com- 
pleted more than two thousand 
envelopes for mailing for the 
Virginia Easter Seal Society. 



A.M. Kamp, Jr., Regional 
Director for the Society stated, 
"The Girl Scouts are doing an 
excellent job for which we are 
moat grateful. It is refreshing to 



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otoerve the efficiency an|i:t|e 
responsible actk>ns of theae 
girls working together. Jtfif 
leaders are to J^ 
congratulate." , , ; 



Pack 411 holds banquet 



Cub Scout Pack 411 held iU 
Blue and Gold Banquet recently 
at Thalia Trinity Presbyterian 
Church, followed by the regular 
pack meeting. 

Mrs. Gay Rice and Mrs. 
Norman Moffett co-ordinated 
the banquet. J.A. Richendollar 
of the PAVAB District Office 
was the speaker. 

Scouts selling the m(»t tickets 
to the recent Scout-A-Rama 
were presented special awards. 
They were Keith Hartman, 
Steven Hayes and Brian 
Harrell. 

Ricky Lue and Andy Leib 
were welcomed into the pack as 
Bobcats. Peter Aranyi received 
a Wolf badge and Steven Hayes 
received a silver arrow under 



wolf. David Arriss received a 
one-year pin with perfect at- 
tendance and a gold arrow 
under wolf. David Wehier wat 
elected denner and Larn' 
Mansfield assistant denner.' 

David Balsko graduated Into 
Webelos and received NTs 
colors. Webelos awards went to 
Mike Harrell, who also received 
a two-year pin, geologist pin 
and was cited for perfee{jfi- 
tendance. Nick Ho rt^ pi 
received a scholar awar^nd 
Pat Tetterton a geologist ba^. 

Sixty boys earned 
salesmanship badges by selling 
allotted amount of Scout-A- 
Rama tickets. Cubmaster Eitly 
Hopkins presided at the 
meeting. 



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«aiL Photograj^y^ This Av^ 
exhibit open the libraries: 



Richard L. Lehman, world- 
famous radiation biologist, will 
speak on "Cancer: Induction 
vs. Cure By Radiation," noon to 
2 p.m. on March 15, in the 
auditorium of Old Dominion 
University's Arts and Letters 
Building. 

The talk is sponsored by 
ODU's Committed on Visiting 
Scholars and Artists and the 
American Institute of Biological 
Science. 

Lehma n, deputy director o f 



Schertle Gallery exhibits 
Tenney and Hurley works 



This month's double-feature 
show at the Schertle Art Gallery 
feahires works by John B. 
Tenney of Norfolk and Claire 
Hurley of Virginia Beach. ,^ . 

Hurley is a versatile artist 
with unique works.lncluding silk 
screen, abstracts, realistic 
v/aiks and "fish prints" which 
use an old Chinese art form. 

Ms. Hurley's works are more 
traditional landscapes and 
portraits in acrylics and oils. 

The exhibit is open to the 

"pubBclit the Schertle Gallery, 
4702 Virginia Beach Blvd., one 
Mode west of Pembroke Mall. 
Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on 
Tuesdays, Thursdays ahd 
Saturdays; 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on 
Mondays, Wednesdays and 
Fridays, and 1 to 5 p.m. mi 
Sundays. 

The Tenney-Hurley exhibit 
win be on view ftrough the 



month of March and may be 
held over until April, according 
to Burton H. Jones, gallery 
president. 

Local dancers 
to perform 

Jenna Anne Liles and Jane 
Carrie Taylor, both of Virginia 
Beach, are members of 
Orchesis, the modern dance 
group at the College of William 
and Mary, which will present 
"An Evening of Dance," March 
2f and 22 in Phi Beta Kappa 
Hall. 

A selection of nine dances, 
choreographed by members of 
Orchesis, will represent a 
variety of moods from serious 
to whimsical. v 

Miss LiIm is a freshman and 
Miss Taylor is a junior at the"" 
college. 



The American Society of 
Photographers' Masters 
Exhibit is now on display at 
Virginia National Bank 
Headquarters Building Exhibit 
Area, Norfolk, through March 
31. Exhibit hours are Mondays 
through Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 5 
p.m., and Fridays until 7 p.m. 

The Masters Exhibit 
represents the work of the 
nation's masters of 

photography^nd is composed of 
the 100 finest photographs of the 
year as selected by members of 
the American Society of 
Photographers. 

Walter Noona, director of the 
Virginia Beach Civic Chorus, is 
the subject of one of the selected'^ 
photographs 



This week at the Virginia 
Beach Public Libraries. 

The student-adult film series 
continues at the Kempsville 
branch on Thursday, March IS, 
at 7 p.m. The library will show 
two films on the art of floral 
arrangement: "Budget Flower « 
Arrangement" and >'Cut 
flowers to Last Longer." 
For reservations or additional 
information, call 420-2270. 

The Windsor Woods branch 
has added a new story hour for 
children, Fridays at 10 a:m. 

The Saturday film series for 
children of all ages presents on 
Saturday, March 17, at the 
Virginia Beach branch (11 
a.m.) "Big Lighthouse, Little 
Steamship," "Merry -Go-Round 
Horse" and "Tony's Good 
Luck." The Windsor Woods 
branch (2 p.m.) has "The 
Hound That Thought He Was a 
Raccoon." 



the U.S. Department of Com- 
merce's Office of Ecology and 
Environmental Conservation, 
will hold informal discussions in 
several ODU biology classes 



after the talk. He will also be 
available to discuss the topic 
with any interested persons 
during the afternoon. 

Vocal auditions 
for scholarships 

Auditions for vocal 
scholarships at Old Dominion 
University will be held April 7 in 
Norfolk and April 28' in Rich- 
mond. 

Full information and 

scholarship applications are 
available from Jeim Davye, 
director of choral 

activiUes, Old Dominion 
University, Norfolk, Va. 23S0B. 




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l&rvic^men in the news 




Navy Petty Officer Second 
Class Rod L. Lynch, husband of 
the former Miss Marva J. 
Coleman of 9St Virginia Bead) 
Blvd.. has reported to Attack 
Squadron 65, Naval Air SUtion' 

Oceana. 

He will be auigned to duties 
as a Aviation Machinist Mate. 

+ + + + t 
Navy Lieutenant Commander 

Donald M. Shull, son of Mr. and 

Mrs. L.M. Shull of 828 High 

Point Ave., completed his two- 

weeic annual active duty at the 

North Island Naval Air Station 

in San Diego. He is a Reservist 

with Air Antisubmarine 

Squadron 64Y2, based at the 

Naval Air Facility in Detroit. 



Man shot at Beach 



Mantaall R. Woodhouse, Jr., 
M, of Bladtwater Lmq^, has 
been diargad with yie murder 
of Randoiiih H. OirtotUui, M, of 
Route 4, BladtwatO'. 



Chriitian was shot early 
Saturday morning on I7tb 

Street and iVPVMtty ''•Iked > 
block to ink nd Mediterranean 
before eoDi^riag, according to 



piriiee. Ma body was found on 
the sidewalk on I7tb and 
Meditenranean. 

Court proceetUngs agaiftst 
Woodbouae are pen^. 



Cab driver slain 



James Patton Andenon n, 22, 
<rf Perry PlantaticH) Road, and 
two fmmallim, 14 and 19, were 
cbargod Sunday wiUi murder 
and armed robbery in con- 
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daytaig of a cab dMver, Harold 
Allen Waterneld, 44, of Route 3, 
SmithfleU. 



The driver was slain Friday 
nl^ in naekwata* Borough. 
■Hie three MMpeets are aU from 
Vkfla^ BmA. Andenon is 
being hddta Oie Virginia Beadi 
Jail in lieu 4rf 175,000 bail. The 
two youths are in the 
ChesapMke detention hmne. 

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woapon. Ha wallet had been 
Mnpttod of casta, pcrtice said. 

Waterfidd's body was foiaid 
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Friday night after a reaident 
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iiOdet Freddy G. Simpson, 
^ of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie G. 
SIgipson of 1133 Shnry Ave., 
V^^ia Beach, Va., marched 
dvwn Pennsylvania Avenue 
wm the 178-man contingent 
timm the U.S. Coast Guard 
Afitdemy ifi the Jan. 20 
Pfesidential Inauguration 
Pirade in Washington D.C. 

tie is a graduate of Princess 
A|pe Hif^ SdKwl, jind member 
of'-tiie class of '73 at the 
Aaademy in New London, Conn. 
He^will receive a bachelor of 
sdence degree upon graduation 
ittd be commissioned in the 
CwstiSuard. 

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Robert A. Blenis, son of Mrs. 
Pauline F. Blenis, 2221 Scallop 
Road, has arrived for duty at 
Langley AFB, Va. 
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U.S. Air Force Sergeant 
Lirrd R. Johnson, son of 
retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty 
omoet and Mrs. Raymond A, 
Mmson, 3824 Colonial Park- 
way, has arrived for duty at 

WngChuan Rang AB, T^iwaw. 
A 1967 graduate of Floyd E. 
KoUam High School, the 
sergeant attended Roanoke 
.Caiege, Salem, Va. 
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^;Navy Airman Recruit John 
V."Wright II, son of Mr. and 
ttn. John M. Wright, Sr., of 801 
Mjmouth Lane, has completed 
tBrrecruit phase of the Navy's 
"Fbur to Ten Month" active 
di^ p p o gM W a t Mi HingtoB-He 
wHI>com|dete the remainder of 
(iff active dUy training lastii« 
tnm four to ten months, at a 
specialized aviation school. 

-Havy Petty Officer Third 
CItSS Douglas G. Brisbin, 
liad>and of Uie former Miss 
'^^jnthia A. Byrd of 550 
Waterfront Cove, completed a 
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ItUlon, Oceana. 
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aiavy Lt j.g. Bruce J. 
Qtegor, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
VtSor R. Gr^or of 2380 Great 
t^ Circle, and husband of the 
fgnner Miss Sharon L. Gray of 
MM Littlehav«i Road, was 
^mgnated a Naval Aviator and 
raedved his "Wings of Gold" 
liring coinonies with Training 
fiwadroa Twenty-one at the 
^al Air StaUon, Kingsville. 
^Hl is a 1970 graduate of the U.S. 
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■fJavy Ensign Timothy P. 
Menahan, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
■Ib^ E. Monahan of 2525 
^Beaufort Ave., Virginia Beach, 
-A^a., is in flight training at the 
l«aval Air Stadon, Corpus 
Christl, Tex. 

He Is a 1967 graduate of F.W. 
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Beach, and a 1972 graduate of 
1B# University of South 
drolina, Columbia, S.C. 



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1^ DONNA HENDRICK 

PrctideiH Nbom h«> statfld 
that conmmer boycotti are 
infective uiea of "peqrte 



Mn. Vir^nia Knauer. the 
nreddant's top adviaar on 
ansumer affain, haa said 
that oooMnmn dMukl bmr 
chaapar ci^ of meat until 
meat pricea come down. 

Exparta predid ttiat meat 
pricei wiO not be lowered trntU 
tbe mid-ll70t. But many 
conaumen ftel that they and 
thdr podwtbodca camot wait 
untUttMo. 

Mra. EUxabeth l^te and 
Mn. Linda Hall of Virginia 



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Beach are mm railing tor 
fldewatw^iea conaimiera to 
Join in the nation wide meat 
boycott the wMk ot April 1. 

BIra. Tata and Mi*. Hall are 
not eapftdally militant, 
radteal or even organised. 
They're juat ngry. 

'Tm m«S becauM I can't 
afford to feed my family 
meal." Mm. Hall aaid. "And 
my hudMnd makea HOO a 
weak, nMch la a pretty dennt 
aalary.'"" 

Mra. HaD to not a member of 
any profeulonal conaumer 
groiv, nw ia the actli4 oo the 
part of any froup to publictze 
ttw boycott. She la dmpfy 
tryfiig to call aa ntany Mrate 



aa abe am to adt them to Join 
Oe bo^olt She ia doing the 
foiMwoik and preparing flyera 
to be diatributed to shoniera 
aaUng diem to help. But ihe 
haa hit a snif u far m the 
City of Vir^da Beadi ia 

"I eaUed Vhrgtaia Beach, 
Norfidk ami CheM^aake about 
dlatritatlng our fl^" Mra. 
Han aaid. "and of the three, 
Norfolk ia the only one that 
aaid they coidcfai't care leia 
what we do with our flyo^. 
ftit Omapeake and Vi^N* 
Beach Bay we can't diatribtrie 
them because of the anll*litter 
laws." 

The q>eciflc code Mrs. Hall 



haa run iq> against is City Code 
S-1, ameiided July, 1971, by 
ordtaianee m, wfaldi mains it 
unlaid to "scatter or cause 
to be scattered" handbills or 
anyOitac tet Utters the dty's 
streets or ridewaOa. 

But Mra. Hall la undaunted. 
The meat boycott will atart 
Aprfl lla Tidewalv, handbilla 
or no handUla. During the 
boycott, wMdi wOl be in eMct 
from Kmday, AprO 1, tlurougi 
&turday, AprO 7, consumers 
are adnd not to buy meal or 
meat produda of uy kind. 

This includes idl freri) cuts 
oTmeat, poultry, TV dinners, 
camwd dinners, lunch meats, 
bacon, hot dogs and utylhing 



dse canned, fttnen or fresn, 
contahiing meat of ai^ kind. 
Mra. Han pdnted out that 
fish, whidi is not Included in 
the boycott, ia a good meat 
substitute, although fish 
prices have been ribing 
steadify, too. 

She also said that the 
boycott should extend to all 
buainess establishments 
sdling meat • including the 
varimM comminariea in the 
area. 

"Meat ia high in ihc 
commissaries, too, even if it is 
a Uttla bit kww ttian in the 
supermarkets," Mrs. Hall 
said. 




48th YEAR NO. 12 



THURSDAY, MARCH 22. 1973 



1g CENTS 



Brickell is top 
Administrator 



"VTrginla IftacJi SchooT 
Siqperintendent E.E. Brickell 
hafci been selected as the 
Btl?i^'s "Educational 
Administrator of the Year" by 
the Executive Board of the 
Virginia Association of 
Educational Secretaries. With 
the selection comes a 
jMBitination for the National 
Educational Administrator of 
the Year award. 

In selecting Brickell and 
nominating him for the 
hatkmal honor, the VJirginia 
AssociaUon cited tl^ Virginia 
BMCb educator for his in- 
tegrity, sincerity, 
professionalism, and com- 
pas^n. 

"Mr. BriekeU," says the 

^official nomination, "....is 

always available for 

discussion of any problems." 

The Board also praised 
Brickell for his active intereat 
in the personal and 
professional well-being of 
educational office personnel 
and added, "Since becoming 
siq)«intenda)t in 1968, he has 
WM^ed tirelessly to improve 
the professional status of 
educational office personnd." 

Tto, the Board said, is 
evid«iced by the adoption of a^ 
classified salary scale by the 
Vii^a Beach School Board 
and the granting of a special 
increase for secretaries 
holding professional cer- 
tificates. 

In concluding their 
nomination of Brickell for the 



national admiiiaTralBrTRlir 
the secreuries' association 
said, "The sincere interest 
and concern displayed by Mr. 
Brickell for all edueaOmal 
office personnel has promoted 
a close wwkk^ rel^kmah^ 
and a mutual under standtoig 
and reapKt between our 
Administrator and his 
aecretariea. — ' 




McLeskey fill 
not in violatron 




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EMOTIONAL HOMECOMING - Each 
arrival nf a new group of former POWs 
seems m grow in emotional intensity, 
as evidenced by Ihe deep feeling 
reflected by these young people on 



hand Sunday night to welcome home 
Comma ndera Kenneth L. Coakey and 
Edwin A. Shuman III and Lt. Cmdr. 
Robert S. FanI Jr. For coverage of the 
hnmecoming please turn to page 6. 



■ucnoLL 



Court Friends 
meeting tonight 



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Juvenile Court Friendsj a new 
organiMtion which assists 
diildren who come before the 
Viqinia Beach Omrt, will 
hold a gowral meeting on 
Thursday, Mardi 22, at 7:30 
p.m. at the Princess Anne 
Hi^ School Auditorium. 

The group was formed in 
November to assist the Court 
in certain areas where help is 
desperately needed. One of the 
group's goals is to pj^vide . 
temporary foster home for 
children who cannot remairi'at 
home but who should not be 
placed in detention homes. 

The group is also interested 
in providing probation homes 
for Juvenile residence after 
the Court makes a final 



decision on the future of so- 
called "incorrigible" 
children. 

Gilbert Wilson, a Virginia 
Beach attorney, is servii^ a 
temporary chairman <d the 
Court Friends. Ten temporw? 
members of the board of 
directors are Gilbert , H. 
Wilson, Ramona B. Stenzhom, 
Mad^e M. Gilbert, Frances E. 
Runzo, Ralph G. Garner, 
Daniel J. Arris, Pattie 
Rinehart, Carolyn Pollie, 
Robert Kanmer and Frank W. 
Kellam. The 10 will serve until 
the group is offlcially char- 
tered. 

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problems of children who 
come before the Court are 
urged to attend tonight's 



By LES LEHIGH 

Questions were renewed this 
wee)( as to whether any 
wrong-doings are involved in 
placing sand on developer F. 
Wayne McLeskey 's property 
bordering Pleasure Howae 
Creek in me Ocean Peril urea. 
The answer according to 
federal and city officials is no. 

or concern is the inresence of 
work crews spreading ad- 
ditional sand on the property 
which was acquired as a 
"spoil site" in the 1967 
dredging of the Lynnhaven 
River. 

Frank Garke, a monitor for 
the Central Atlantic 
Environment Service, Wash., 
D.c, questioned whether sand 
was being placed on wetlands 
contained in McLeskey's 
|Mt>perty in violatkm of the 
federal Wetlancto Act, and if 
the work was being p«iormed 
without the issuance of a use 
permit. 

A spokesman for the Army 
Corps of Engineers discounted 
any violation of the Wetlands 
Act involving any marshlands 
coming under their 
jurisdiction. He said, "The 
line of jurisdiction is the mean 
highwater shore line. We do 
not have ^ jurisdiction 
shoreward of that line, and the 
working area is shoreward of 
that line. "^ 

"While the area contains 
some marsh this is high 



meeting. 



marsh, meaning hi^ier than 
liie higli water shore line. The 
area being worked now is 
under State law and could 
come under the Virginia 
Beacli Wetlands Board." 

Clarke's question of 
wetlands violation was also 
discussed * with William 
Fleming, City Community 
Services Director, who ^a, 
"As far as I'm concerned this 
all began prior to the Wetlands 
Act and is covered under the 
(Coatixmd oa Pagt 2) 

Protest rally 

G. William Whitdiurst, 2nd 
District Representative, is 
expeded this Sunday to ieall 
for keephig the Back Bay 
Natkma! Wildlife Refuge open 
to people and vehicular 
traffic. 

Whitehurst will be featured 
speaker at a mass meeeting, 2 
p.m. at Little Island City Park 
at Sandbridge, sponsored by 
the Concerned Citizens for 
Conservation and Recreation 
in opposition of closing the 
Refuge. 

Other invited guests con- 
cerned with issue include 
North Carolina Congressman 
Walter B. Jones. 

Of concern is prohibiting 
vdiicular traffic from a four 
mile beachfront strip of the 
Refuge, as well as North 
Cardina's Outer Baidu. 



CZO Unked to taxes 



The newly revised Com- 
prehensive Zoning Ordinance, 
accAfding to Roger Newdl of 
the Planning D^rtment, has 
raised concern over the CZO's 
affect on taxes. 

Newell, who assisted in 
answering questions during 
the past two weeks public 
review of the CZO and ac- 
companying maps, said, 
"Many people are confuaing 
zoning and tax assessments 
that they've just received. 
They feel the assessments are 
baaed on zoning." 

Newell explained, "In a lot 
of cases zoning doesn't affect 
taxes that mucii. Proposed 
zoning changes doesnl affect 
taxes at all. Existing zoning 
would affect taxes if zoning 
and marketability of land 
were related." He indicated 
this affect would result from 
increasing priiperty values by 
increased commercialization 
of any area. 

The construction of Old 
Donation Road, according to 
Newell has also raised some 
concern. He said, "The pec^le 
in Little Neck in particular are 
becoming aware of the fact 
that old Donation Road is 
going to be built across Little 
Neck. They're asking how this 
affects zoning of their- 
I»t)perty." 



In discussing overall* 
reaction to the CZO revisions 
NeweU said, "The Planning 
CommlMlen's propwals are 
sufficiently simlliar to 
existing zoning no one is 
terribly upset over what he 
got." 

Newell expressed what can 



be interpreted as public 
apathy over the new CZO and 
maps. He said, "There haa 
been lees public reaction tlwil 
anticipated. People simply 
check on their own piece of 
property and are not con- 
cerned with the city's overall 
picture." 



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Surf ing Still okay 
near fishing pier 



The dty does still permit 
surfing in the area of the Steel 
Pier near Rudee Inlet, ac- 
cordinlr to a statement 
rdeased Monday. 

The communique fran the 
city's office of public in- 
fwmation explained the mix- 
up this way: 

"In compiling this year's 
surfing area list, the Steel Pier 
site was inadvertently deleted 
from the list of those ac- 
ceptable surfir« sites. As in 
the past, surfing is to be 



permitted in the vidnity of the 
Steel Pier. 

"Surfhig^wHr he- pefffiltted-- 
from^sunrise to sunset in that ^ 
area located between 3rd 
Street and 5th Street. It has 
never been the intention of the 
city to limit surfing in this 
area." 

Barbara Lange^ 
wins sales award 



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Barbara Lange, a Kellam 
l^igh Schod student, recently 
.__«on—llrs4- prize in the — 



Male volunteers prove asset to Beach Hospital 



By HELEN CRIST 

D(N» it Kirprise ymi to learn 
tiutt ^ntn are male volimteors 
Id the Geno-al Hoq>IUl of 
MrginiaBMch? 

tt really iirnddn't. Aa Miaa 



Sue Brooke, chairman of 
Voiinteo- Services says: "We 
had male volunteers even 
when we were 4a the old 

is. Wm Braoka wm tlMt 



WiUi the IwspiUl growing as 
naturally they have more 
iriaces in which male services 
are uaed. 

She liata aiz men now ser- 
vii«: Fru* taraai and Bobart 




Chwtoa ||i^;araMu ■ MlntMr ki tit 
tadacN afflM. (Fhetoly Mn CrM) 



Korff, gift shop; Charles 
McCormick, b<»iB«M office; 
Heni7 Steams, central sterile 
supidy; Michael Perkins and 
Gary Weiler, emergency 
room. 

As An- the gift diop, it 
bemmes a team service, with 
husband and wife, Frank and 
Eloise ("Squee") Israel, 
taking the Sunday and 
Monday evoiing shift, and 
Rolwrt and Janet Korff, 
reporting in on Thursday 
Bi^t. 

The Korffs alao work as a 
team at Um Ltmdmi Bridge 
Hardware Co., wh«« Jaa^ 
kaapa the bodta in- Um famity- 
•mied biainasa. ,. 

The most ama^g items are 
a^ at the hoqrttal gift sht^, 
f^rank land aaid. 

"Aaythlng &«m a %<mi 
place of caatfy to a ISO Italian 
Haee bed Aaet and (riOow caae 
aat win go." 

The Ac9 ii <V« ^y ^^A 
ritfit. BudneM has hicreaaed 
Ito mnoval from the 
^^ to ita preMot 
at tte r^ rf the 
oitrance. Plftaeo wAnMn 
atafflt. 

TlM Israds main nsaay (rf 
ika crafts ta Am gft *op 
A^vm: (%riBtaaa and 



Easter ornaments, 
terraniums, live orchids. 

Orchids are Israel's 
specialty. The founder and 
first presidoit of Tidewater 
Orchid Society, and now 
employed by Lord and Bum- 
ham Greenhouse Corp., 
Israel created the orchid 
gard«i in the hoapital k>bby. 

"My wife was a patient 
there two years ago. After she 
recovo^ and left the hMpital 
I thought it would be a nice 
gedure to put in a Hve gar- 
den." 

So he secured permission 
and brought in the orchids, 
UxT» flMi dher &>wev. He 
tends the garden himself 
eva7 dhn- n^"....come 
rain, snow, sleet or 
whatevw." 

So beaiAtfd are the orchid, 
that the vwdkm te v»m 
adccd: "Are they real?" 

larad says that the gardm 
is adf-conttOned. When u 
orchid bloom fades, ha 
r«noves ami rqdacea te 
[Oant. Tte ivem, too, raqiAt 
attaatkm avwy M hours, tf 



"All the money goes toward 
the Coronary Care Unit • 
there's been about $500 in two 
yeam," he says. 

tt'B basB Ua 



sincere pleasure to work in a 
voltmteer capacity for the 
hospital. 
This too, is the sentiment of 



Distributive Education 
student Group Sales Contest 
held at Craddock High Schod 
in Suffdk. 

She competed with five 
other girls to win a tropl^, 
certificate and plaque after 
successfully demonstrating 
her sales technique. 

Miss Lange is an employee 
at the Hub in Princes Anne 
Plaza. 



tbqr ure to remain B«M and 

A dde baaM of Oa gardn 
to ttM touDtata, toto which 
pae^ tewr pemiea. 




GIFT SlOP — ETwyfcoiy k«afWB tbwil 
Ike wMim vohiBlMfi at tlw GaaM«l 
HeapNid flf Vtr^ya BMich. tat wkat of 
the HMRf H«pe. Fraak Iwael. a 



vnhnl««r In the gift skap, eoa^Mca 
Mra. W.M. ThMspaoo that tte eyn- 
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hoapital ^tlent. (Photo by Helen Crtot)^ 



PAGE2-THE SUN-THURSDA Y, MAR CH t2, 1973 

Brickell reappointed as 
division superintendent 



E.E. Brickell, divition 
superintendent of Vlrginii 
Beedi Public School*, was 
unanimoudy reappointed to a 
four-year term 1^ the School 
Board at its r^ular meeting 
Tuoaday. 

BricMl thanked the board 
for ttieir appointment, uying, 
"I thank you all for the sup- 



port you have giveti to the 
administrative staff. I'm 
vwy, very happy to be a part 
of this Bchocd syMem." 

The appointment came 
shortly after Brickell was 
named Administrator of the 
Year It^ the executive board of 
the Virginia Association of 
Educational Secretaries. 
KINDERGARTEN CLASSES 



Male Volunteers 



^Continued from Plift 1) 



Oiarles McCormick, who has 
dialked tq> 512 hmirs in five 
months. His is the only 
daytime wtut by the male 
v(riuntflers. 

Assigned to the business 
office, he was, until his 
retirement, in the ad- 
ministrative field at the 
Welding Shipyard Division 
Natimal Oil Carriers, Nor- 
folk. 

"I Mt for some time back 
that if the opportunity ever 
preaented itsdf. I'd like to do 
vokmteer work in a hospital," 
he says. 

McCormick himself, was a 
hosfriUl patient laM June at 
the Vitfinia Beach Hospital. It 
was detnrmined then, that he 
had suffered an aneurysm of 
the ai»ta, reaulting in its 
rqplaconent with a i^astie 
artery. 

In the interim his wife died. 
His only diild, Jttiet, is a 
music superviaor in Chesto* 
Ommty, Pa. 

"I ditfafit care to stay home' 
as much by myuU then, and 
being active for about 60 
years, I fdt it would be oood 



therapy and make some 
oootributkm through service 

to others, if I did some 
voliaiteer work," he says. 

So he began his duties at the 
hospital in the business office 
in late Sqitember, 1972. 

Has he been successful? 
Miss Brooke says that after 
he'd been there a few weeks, 
she inquired of staff members 
how he was getting akmg. 

"They told me that he had 
already finished work that 
tl^ had been behtatd mi for 
months." 

So the volunteer work is a 

mutual benefit, it ap- 
pears... and it's even non- 
discriminatory. 

Take the case of the 
Auxiliary to the General 
Hoqrital of Virginia Beach 
Gift awp. An tmpresdve title, 
this, tNit it was even more so 
wiien it carried the prefix 
"Women's" before the name. 

V^y quietly. Miss Brooke 
said: "We thought it would be 
a good idea to remove tiiat 
wo^ so we could use the male 
v(dimteers too." 



Abemathy appointed 
to international post 



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H.S. Abemathy, the 
Virginia Beach Public 
School's Assistant Superin- 
toident for Business Affairs, 
has been appointed to the 
Accounting and Finance 
Research Committee ot the 
Anociation of School Business 
Offidato of the United States 
and Canada. 

Abemathy, the former 
Superintendoit of Nansemond 
County Schools, had been a 
teacher, {Kindpal, and ad- 
minlMrator in Uie VirginU 
public schools for more than 
30 years. He has been with the 



Virginia Beadi Public School 
System since 196S. 

He will serve a three year 
t«rm with the Association of 
School Business Officials 
which is an International 
professional education 
organisation dedicated to 
researching, determining, and 
disseminating better methods 
of school business ad- 
min istration. The 
oi^aniiation's major purpose 
is to identify and promote the 
use of the most effective 
bw^etary snd accountability 
practiess. 




Brickidl told member of the 
sdiM board that a brochure 
explaining the new kin- 
dergarten program in the 
city's schools will go out to 
every heme in Viri^ia Beach 
within the next few days. 

Included ki the brochure is 
Information on eligibility, 
attendance, schod calendar^ 
partidpatlng schools, tran- 
sportation, hours of at- 
tendance, curriculum, class 
size, dnu and reglslratkNi. 

Kindergarten registratkm 
will be hdd at the same time 
as the regidar first grade 
regisu-atkm program on April 
5, • and 7 in all of the dty's 
elementary schools except 
Kemps LandiiV and Bettie F. 
Williams, which have nno 
iMdmary grades. 

TITLE II FUNDS 

The Virginia -Beach city 
schools recdved 154,742 this 
year under "HUe II of the I96S 
Elementary and Secondary 
Schools Ad. The funds are to 
be used for lilM>ary materials 
and visual aids. Brickell 
reported that $30,000 will go to 
the Educational Media Center 
and the bidance of the fumis 
will be distribided on a per 
piqril basis throi«hout the 
schools, including funds to 





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ART SHOW OPENS - Mrt. Margaret Anne Heyward 
(far right), membo- of the Snbmartaw Offkor's Wives 
Cbih of NorioOi ai^ wife of ConanMader Shnuon D. 
Heymii^. registers Professor Jtriin Fahey of Vta-ginfai 
Bench for the Tenth Annnal ^rlng Art Shew, tponaered 
1^ the Sahmarine Officer's Ivet CInh. 11w Art Sheiw will 
be opMi to the pahllc from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday and fran 
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Salnrdny nnd Snndny. 

Broken Needles sets 
Drug Awareness Week 













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GUEST SPEAKER — Saperiniendeni 
•f SchiMils E.E. Brickell (righi) chais 

wiih Cap . and Mrs. Richard A. Bihr ai 
he Naval Amphibious Base Officers' 

quar eriy lunche<Hi held recently at (he 



base fficers club. Brickell was gacti 
lipeaker a he Innchetm. explainli^ ihe 
rduca iimal plans and pr«igrams t4 
Virginia Beach's public schiMil sysiem. 

(Navyphon) 



1,308 private school students. 
SEWAGE IMPROVEMENTS 
The Board voted to accept 
tow bids to connect Woodstock 
and Thalia Elementary 
Schools to the city's sewer 
system. Both schools will be 
tying into new sewer lines 
which Ihe city is providing for 
areas near the schools. Thalia 
will tie into lines in front of the 
school and Woodstock will tie 



into lines serving an apart- 
ment complex on Indian River 
Road. 

SQUARE DANaNG 
IN SCHOOLS 
The Board deferred for 30 
days action on a request by 
two square dance clubs to 
continue to hold dances in 
Bayside and Kempsville High 
Schools. The , Board deter- 
mined that presoit school 



policy does not allow so-called 
"outside" groups to hold 
dances in the schools and 
charge admisskm. Tht Board 
imisidered the feasiUUty of 
provkttng adult square dance 
iiatnictkm under the directwn 
of the Department of Parks 
and Recreation, which 
would allow the clubs to 
continue to meet at the 
schools. 



^^^IfMtfather djwe" 

AMt. TSty En^eer Art 
Berger, who personally 
visited the site Tuesday, 
reafflrmed Flcmii^'s stand. 
He pointed to the removal 9I 
sand from the property by the 
Oty iMt year to rqpienWi 
ennled Bendi Borough resort 
strip beadiea, and die recent 
placement (rf new sand on the 
property. He said, "When 
agreement was made to 
remove sand it also carried a 
stipidatkNi to repiaee it." 

In answolngthequestkm of 
why City work crews and 
equipment are qreading sand 
over privatdy owned property 
Berger replied, "Because the 
Army did not put the sand 
back in the ri^t area. This is 
now the re^ondUUty of the 
City, andthia is n^t is bdng 
done." 

Bergo* also Mid that since 
the current work is a dired 
result of the initial agreement 
reached in acquiring a "spoil 
site" no further permit is 
required. 

Reverend Robert B. 
Newland, Chairman. City 
Wetlands Bomrd, cited the 
above adkms as basis tar the 
Board nd becoming invdved 
in the matto*. 

Clarke alao questkmed why 
the Army hasn't followed 
recommendations d the U.S. 
DqtartmMt <tf Interio' of last 
Dec«nber. Spedfieally that 



the property ewnar ranovt di 
flO ronttrial Aram the nunhao 
and restore wetlands to 
original cmifiguratlon and 
devdkm. and if neceasary to 
accomplish this refer the 
matter to the U.S. Attorney. 
The Cdpaaource replied. "We 
have kiotod into H and te 
dei^on was there was tai- 
niflident evident to refdr tt 
to the U.S. Attorney." 



Trade Fair 
to open 



Teen Investments II. a 
Junior Achievement com- 
puy. is Joinfaig 35 ««a Jwdor 
Achievement corapulea tai 
the Judor Achtevement Trade 
Fair, TiMBvday, March a, 
through Saturday, March M, 
at Pembroke MaQ. 

The Junior Achievement 
companies will sd tqi booths 
al^ the Mall demoostratiag 
thefr organizations' wwk. 

Booths will be judged sn 
Thursday. The fafr will fee 
open to the puUic on Ihuraday 
from S to 9:30 p.m., Fridqr 
from S to 9:30 p.m. and 
Satimlay from 10 a.m. to < 
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UV^ Robert B. CrunweD 
Jr. has prodalmied ^iril 2 
thnwgh kpr^ 8 as "fedien 
Needles Dlf^ Awareness 
Week." A . 

Brokwj NeedBes, now at its 
new home at 5448 tJoonie 
Lane, is a n(m-i»x^t, Chriatim 
organisation dedicated to 
hd|^ ifrug abusers. 

DtBrii< the qpedd week, die 
Broken Nee(&s IfoUine will 
be <^en to pwsoos who have 
^ioilons about *ug abase in 
adttloo to be^ open to (t^ 
ad«(^ and abusers. 

On the lad two days d Ae 
wMk, AprQ 7 and I. Brokm 
.4o««es will sponsor an 
odifM en drvg abwe. The 
odribit «a be hdd from 10 
am. ta 10 p.m. at tte new 
fcoken N ee dles center. 



Many am pdice bureaia 
«dU jdn ftpoken NeecBes tai 
preaentii^ the ejdilbit. The 
CbMsp^ake and Virginia 
Bead) Narodies Sqpiaib wiU 
send a dlai^ay and a 
rqtrescntdire. The VacUA 
Narcotica. Scpiad win send 
aadl«<vittdtdds and (hsplay 
maisrials. 

Hw Vir^iia BoMh YoiM 
Bureau wm have a d^play 
(orreli^ng drug abuoe sod 
Juvenile daUnqeaoey. Youth 
Atom rap res wiUtlvce will 
also be d te ei^iit to an- 



WE HAVE A BAD CASE OF THE..."TRAILER-POX" 

T.ipfiiditeaie we're afflictndwitli quite oftnn. Theiympto 
tymptomi ere easily recognized 
FIRST...the victim notices a plot of land, which must be 
cleared up immediately. 

SECOND...there is t!iat funny growth - called a "trailef" 
-wtiich suddenly wppum on the cleered plot of land 

THIRD...if that funny growth is not rwtricted, it eventually 
trices Hie form of an "off ice." 

FOURTHland fiiiairyouMI no«oe ah acoimulrtlo^^ 
white «Kl red cells around the funny growth. Agroup 

of theee cells is callled a "human." 



Our most recent out-break of TRAILER-POX can be seen 
at 6213 Indian River Road WHhIn a fiw months), our 
"trailei^' wUI be cmhilly removed, and a nwiv "offieaT' 



- called PEOPLE'S BANK IF VIRGINIA BEACH - will 



Inddently.^iiirre very contageous. The human form is 
highly iusceiitible to our friendly, personal way of benk- 
ing. So, unless you want to become eddicted to us... . 
LOOK OUTI...or you mi#it davaky • ewe of the 
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Norfolk office win have a 
(Uqplay en ikiig smoi^ng. 
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WASHINGTON - Rtp. 
Robwt W. "Bob" DuM. Jr. 
today announeod that a 
portion (tf tho Float Combat 
Dlraetlona Syatomi Training 
Contor (Dam Noclt) in 
Virginia Btaeh hai boon 
doclarod aurplin propnrty. 

JBtato and local govorn- 
montid uniU and olifiUo non- 
proflt IniUtutiona «HU havo tho 
opportunity to acqidro tho 
proporty tat public uio. 

Tho pr^orty coMlata of 
70.74 acroi of unimprovod 
land, locatod along tho north- 
Wiittm boundiirx of tho 
training contor louth tf tho 
Naval Amphlbloua Baao on 
Rod Wing Uko. About U 
acroo of tho pn^porty oonaiata 
of wator aroa in tho lako. 



Servicemen 
in the news 



Cindr. R.A. Moilar will 
rtturn with hit ship, USS Rich, 
from txttndad eptratlons In tho 
wMt«rn Pacific. 

Cmdr. Paul C. town hat 
rtturnod with hi* >hlp, USS 
O'Hart, from oxtondoO 
opiratlent In tho wostorn 
Pacific. 

Tommy E. Martin Jr. hat 
boon promotod to torgtant In 
tho U.S. Air Forco. 

Navy Soaman Rocrult Stova 
W. Baack, graduatod from 
racrult training at tho Naval 
Training Cantor, Groat Uakoa, 
III. - ■ 

Navy Sonlor Chlof Potty 
Offlcor Howard L. Honleuo haa 
rotornod to hl» homobair at 
Davlsvlllo, R.I., aftor a fivo- 
month doploymont to Ant- 
arctica with Oporatlon Doop 
Froozo. 

Marino Pvt. MIchaol D. Culp 
and Elton W. Boalo havo 
graduatod from baalc training 
at tho Marino Corps Rocrult 
Dopot at Parrit island, S.C. 

Marino Lanco Cpl. Ricky 
Spain was promotod to his 
prosont rank whilo sorving at 
tht Marino Corps Air Station at 
Chorry Point, N.C. 

Navy Airman KyloC. Rogors 
has cemplotod tho rocrult 
phoso of tho Navy's "Four to 10 
Month" actlvo duty. 

Airman Sharon L. Johnson 
has graduatod at Kooslor A'FB, 
Miss., from tho U.S. Air Forco 
ooroBpaco control and warning 
systonra spoclallaf «a«f*o 
conductod by tho Air Training 
Command. 

Midshipman First Class 
Louis L. McGlnty has boon 
namod ono of six battalion aub- 
commandors at tho U.S. Naval 
Acadomy. 

Marino Pvt. John i. Crow Is 
onrollod In tho Communication 
Contor Man Ceursa at tha San 
Diogo Marino Corps Rocrult 
Dopot. 

Navy Potty Offlcor Third 
Class William R. Stock haa 
roturnod to hit homaport at tha 
Naval WMpofia Station, Con- 
cord, Calif. 

Potty Officer SKond Ciati 
Ray M. Poaeshouto has baan 
oioetod proaldant of tho Norfolk 
chapter of tha Naval Inllstad 
Rosorvo Association. 




Cmir. McDanM la pMiti by hnppy arighbora. 

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TeenoDoks 
in contest 

Toonigo barboeu» ehofs 
from throughout VIrgiaU aro 
boing invltod to oompoto in tho 
iocond annual Virginia 
ehiekan barbocuo enam- 
piondiip tor youth, part of tho 
Vi^ia Poultry FoaUval in 
Harriaonburg in May. 

Uaing apimvod diarooal 
barbecuing moUwda and Uiair % 
own aaueo oonooctioiia, Um 
young pooplo will vio for 
hooOTi at tho Roddn^uun 
County Fairgrounda, bogin- 
nbig at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, 
May 10. 

DoadUna for ontrioa ia ^aril 
1, according to John Martin of 
Harriaonburg, diairman (^ 
the event. Martin haa hoaded 
the hi«e diidun baitecue at 
the RocUntfiam County Fair 
for a number of yeara. 

Martin said that eli^UUty U 
limited to agea 14-19, apoo- 
aw«d 1^ recognized youth 
organisationa. Each con- 
teatant will fumiah bia own 
ffm, barbecue aauce and 
'Utensils, but chicken and 
durcoal will be fionldied for, 
the partidipanto. 

Jud^s who are ejqmts ia 
barbeoiing and (rther food 
pr^aration areaa are bdng 
sdected for the chamiriooahip, 
the (Aahrmaa conttoied. 

^wdai trt^hlaa are beii« 
provided by the Virginia 
F^try Federatioa. Mwtfai 
saM bi adtBtion. wiraara will 
receive nationwide publicity 
ami may reMtve ^edal gifta. 

Entry forma have been 
mailed to Extemrioo Agairta, 
Home Ecooomica teachwa 
and VocatioeBl Agrieoltwc 
iitttruetora thrautfiout the Old 
Domlnioo. Martin aald. 



Navy Cmdr. Eugene B. 
(Red) McDaniel Uat Wed- 
neaday returned to his 
Virginia Beach home, after 
apending nearly six yeara as a 
NorUi Vietnameae POW, and a 
warm reception by hundreds 
of neighbora and weU-wiabgra. 
— fht^apMt of tho Owmani 
war ^eflect«i»%j^«||nalw ,. 
rigna carrying meaaagea auch 
aa, "Welcome Home Red", 
"It'a nice to have you bacli", 
and "Happinen ia the green, 
green grass of home- 
Welcome". 

Nearly a half mUe of the 
roadway leading to 
McDanlel'a Alanton home was 
lined with pooiMo, many of 
thom in thoir toons and 
yoifflgar. Aa McDanial's auto 
moved paat thom he was 
grootod by dioera and ap- 
idauae. 

Aa McDaniel and hia wife 
Dorothy, who accompanied 
Mm on the drive from Porta 
mouth Naval HcypiUl 
«n«gad from tho auto ho was 
rushad by tho younrlpooplo. 
Aa ha walked towarda tha 
pwdi ^ hia homo to Join 
waitii« mombora of his family 



McDaniel reached out to 
shake hands with those 
surrounding him. 

McDaniel's face reflected 
hia Joy in being home aa he 
told those on hand, "God bleu 
you all. It's really great to be 
thome. In fact, it'a almoat 
>w«|rthL,tho8e many yeara to 
expenence this, almost, but 
not quite." 

Referring briefly to hia life 
as a POW^he said, "In Hanoi 
we clung to values we believed 

Dr. Sidney Oman 
guest speaker 

Dr. Sidney S. Oman, 
director and general manager 
of Twlford Funeral Home, will 
apeak on "Human and Public 
Relations" at the March 
meeting of the AaaocUtion of 
American Medical AaaisUnU, 
Wednoaday, March 38, in the 
MadiCan£er on First Gonial 
Road. Cocktail hour begina at 
6:30 p.m., dinner is at 7:30 
p.m. 



Thl$ announctmonf /a n9lth§r an otttr to fll nor§ »oUolt§tion of §n 
otfar to buy th9$» $tcuritl§$. Thl$ oil9r It m»d9 only by th§ Pro»p§etut. 



NEW ISSUE 



$400,000 



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Associates No.1 

(a Virginia Limited Partnorahip) 
800 Units of Llmittd Partnerthip lht«rttts 



Price $500 Per Unit 



Copies of the Prospectus may be obtained from the undersigned 
For Virginia Residents Only 

Larasan Real Estate Investment Corp. 

3401 Virginia Beach Boulevard - Va. Beach. Va. 23452 
Telephone 340-3030 



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I 3401 Virginia Beach Boulevard 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452 

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THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 2^ 1973- PAGE 3 



to be true. They were tamii; 
God, and red, white, and blue. 
It's people like you that make 
those many years worth 
while." 

Noting that dense (og which 
covered the area (or more 
Utan a week, and which forced 
diveraion of the plane 
McDaniel cam* ^«"« " ^ 
Oceana from Norfolk Naval 
Air SUtion a week earlier, had 
cleared and the sun was 
shining he Mid, "My sun's 
been shining for 10 days and 
will go on Bhining for a Umg 
time." 

It was Juat 10 days earlier 
that McDaniel had been 
releaaod by hia North Vietnam 
cwtera. 

Daffodil show 
opens in April 

The 30th Annual Daffodil 
Stow of tho Cardan aub of 
Virginia opens April 7 in 
Gloucoatar County. 
' Tho ahow begins at 3 p.m. on 
Saturday, April 7, and cloaaa 
at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April I. It 
will bo hdd in tha gymnaaium 
of tha Oloucoatw High School. 



Incumbont Democratic 
DelH*te Owen B. Pickett 
announced last week that he 
will aeak rejection to tho seat 
ha now hoUb in the House of 
Delegates, representing 
Virginia Beach, subject to the 
Democratic primary. 

Pickett was unable to attmd 
the press conference 
Bdieduled last Thursday to 
announce his candidacy due to 
the critical illness of his 
mothtf. But his campaign 
manager, H. W, Cunnin^am, 
released for him Pickett's 
prepared statement; 

"Two years ago when I 
announced as a candidate for 
ono of the then newly created 
aoata, I stated that I intended 
to «mduct an Indepmdent 
campaign in the Democratic 
primary and dedicate myself 
to effectively repreaenttng the 
City of Virginia Beach in the 
Virginia Houae of Delegates. 

"Since being elected to the 
House of Delegates, I have 
worked for programi to 
oonaerve public expenditures, 
particularly in the area of 
welfare payments; I have 
aponsored and worked for 
legislation to eliminate tolls in 
the Tidewater area; I have 
aponsored and worked for 
programs to aid the elderly; I 
have sponsored and worked 
for legislation to benefit the 
consumer, and I have sup- 
ported programs for property 
tax reform. 

"There is still much work to 
be done in the areas which I 
have ah«ady mentioned as 
well as new and expanded 
efforts to bring under control 
over ever-increasing ex- 
penditures for education, 
Improved and meaningful 

Dr. Chester Swor 
is guest speaker 

Dr. Chester Swor will be 
guest speaker March 25-30 at 
King's Grant Baptist Church, 
873 Little Neck Road. 

Dr. Swor will speak at 7:30 
p.m. nightly except Sunday 
when services will begin at 7 
p.m. A nursery will be 
provided for all services. Area 
youth choirs will sing nightly. 

Dr. Swor has degrees from 

four universities, has written 

seven books and Is a favorite 

— speakw to youth.Tbe public ia 

invited to attend. 



programs for prison reform 
and rehabilitation of convicta, 
effective and lasting Im- 
provemmta to the quality of 
our environment, recreati<mal 
facilities and leisure time 
activltlM for dtlsens of all 
agea, an enlightened and far- 
reaching transportation policy 
to conserve our reoourcea and 
improve the quality of our 
Uvea, adequate sewer and 
water facllltlM lo servo our 
citisens, a reviaed system for 
compensating victims of 
automobile accidents and 
more effective uttllBation of 
our reaourcea at tha State 
level. 

"Having had the privilege 
and opportunity of serving as 
a delegate, I believe I have a 
keener understanding and 
appreciation of the many 
problems that affect our 
community- and can make a 
valuable contribution toward 
solving them. I ask the sup- 
port of all the feofle of 
Virginia Beach for thia op- 
protunity." 

Financial aid 
may be cut 

Federal financial assistance 
for students at Old Dominion 
University may have to be re- 
itructured In light of a 
possible cutback, accordinftto 
Dana Burnett, director of 
financial aid and placement at 
the university. 



Until some definitive action 
Is taken by Congress on the 
status of federal assistance to 
college students, financial aid 
uacroar^jmtionjr& 
In a quandary of unknown 
facts and figures, Burnett 
said. 




Today 

BY BUD LAUBACH G.R. 

LARASAN REAUTY CORP. 



ADVANCED 

IfyovsnsfltmployM 
who has Jttit bam infatmwi 
of a tiSMf •! to B naw Iocs- 
tea • you luvs a pnAlm... 
nUni you Hohm quickly 
10 yoel hart Iha momy 
In hand fw § down pay- 
ment (HI yOttI fMW hOUM. 

HowtvM, Ihanki to a mw 
spproseh toward «m- 
ptoysi ntoestloa, tMi mqr 
not b« a pioblam at aL 

ALL POINTS RELO- 
CATION SERVICE, sn in- 
tmsttMsi Bttwotk of ovw^ 
3,000 i|snti in naatly naiy 
nialot North Amariean city, 
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for advsflo* paymmt to 
you of youi eadi aqaity la 
your piatrnt horns to iiw 
topttishSMShomstn 

^r dsitlnstlmi dly. 
imssaittut,lMt«ad 
of wsltiaa for your pmant 
homt to M idd, you can 



EQUITY PAYMENT 
vsnea aquity cain piymr m 
to buy yo« iitw hom* ind ' 
§H yotti fimUy lituated u 
loon u poMiblt. 

WsH ilio ttk* care of 
yoiu siiUiM, motel and 
houHhold |00d« moving 
smnismMti; wll your 
horns and hav* our All 
POINTS RMttor at your 
dastfaiatkm hdp you f mJ 
Iht fisht houw thnt. >^ e 
sit tht ALL POINTS « 
duitvt i|tncy In thii uei. 
If you'rt ttlocttlna, call 
oui offlet and Ittve the 
haadichetouL 
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ThinUfli of MlUng youi property? 
ItmakasNiuatoUititwith 
LMBSSn whtrt you can depend 
on complttt proftiaional set- 
vlct. Many qutUfltd buyen art 
wsltlm to buy your property. 
Siivlct doei not itofi whrn we 
Uit youi property. CaU today 
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"There are three major 
federal assistance programs 
for college students," Burnett 
saild, "and the federal 
government has plans for a 
fourth. 

"The problem ia, the 
i Nixon) Admlniatration wanU 
to do away with two of the 
programs, cut back on one of 
them and set up this new one, 
and no one seems to know 
what wttl hajpenor when," he 
said. 




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^AOI f-THI lUN-THURIDAY, MARCH 2% 1971 

%ve fhech//dren 

,,ln ioday'i buiy world, whtn lift Ntmi to bt 
domtnattd by mittlnii, It li uiy to ihruf Midi yot 
anothtr mottlng In favor of • qultt tvontni of 
ttftvliion or family dlnmri or a gathtring of 
frltiMli. 

m thort li a mtotlng lohodulod toniiht that 
daaarvia tht attontlon of thoM oonoomod about our 



Tht Virginia Boaoh Juvanllo Court Frionda, a 
pawly formadjgroup dotlgmd to aMlat youniattra 
who «ma btfSrt tho Virginia Boaoh Court; wlU 
moot at TiSO p..m. at PHnooaa Anno High gehool 
Auditorium. Thli organliatlon nooda tho lupport, 
airparttdpatlon, of pooplo who oaro about tht 
Brbonmi of young pooplo. 

Of partloular Intoroat to thla group aro tho 
plljita of youngiton, oapoolaUy glrfi, who muat bo 
hfffi In tht Tldowator Dotontlon Homo prior to 
00^ aotlon and thoio who havo no appropriato 
plaoo lo go onoo a court doolalon haa boon mado. 

In many oaaoi tho ohargaa itom from in- 
eorriflblll^. Which moani that tho child cannot 
adapt to a homo iltuation and tho homo on- 
mlnont may not bo in tho boat intortaU of tht 
ohUdT In olthor caio, a now roaidonco la roquirod, 
dthor group or Individual fbator homoa. 

HomM aro noodod fbr thoao ohlldron. Homoa 
and family onvlronmonta whoro thoy can oaoapt 
Uvoi and lituatlona that^havo advorNly affootod 
thom. A ptaco to itart^or, to find thomNlvoa, to 
loam to uhdontand. 

niaro )a alao a nood for tutoring. And am- 
ploymont opportunitlM, a vary critical nood. And 
adult mala and flmala roUtlonahipa for youngitora 
with a matamal or patamal idantity void. 

Moat of thoN young poopla art vlctimi of ci^ 
oumatancaa bn;pnd Mr control. Ytt, thty art 
chantd with tht ptnaltlii. Thtir livta art ytt in 
tht nrmativa itaga; at muoh can yat bt dent to 
providt thtm with a happyi producfiva future. IF 
nty rtctivt in timt tht lovt and cart and urn 
dmtanding thty 10 dtaptrattly nttd. 

Mtrt, in tht rritnda w tht Juvtnilt Court, la an 
opportunity fbr linctrtly oonotmtd eitiatna to 
tontributt in tht moat valuabla. and rawardini, 
way pcHlbla to tho future of Virgnta Baach, w 
Amtrica. Through a halplnf hand to tho young 
pae^ who WlU ont day et uit laadara. 

nit fflttting li tenpt at TiN at Princaaa Anna 
Wgh Ichtol. Tht nttTfor htlp la M heura a day. 
aavan daya a waak. lohtdulta ara ovtrburdtntd 
but whtn tht nttd la ao onitial, a fat pracitua 
minutaa can ba iparad by thtaa who tndy oara 
about tomorrow. And fta youth of today. 



iefferfellslfaff 



MiH trigidy Ihit hiMtni t« othm hnm Uw wwM, ivm 
M filtow AfflwiMM lA 0iMr ilitn, ti iu nmnA, Until tl li 
hffiii in I viry Nnoml wiy, 

Sii thi HM 9t I wtttr NNivfd by Mr. ind Mn, il.ii 
f Vipginii BN«h (rwn Mn. ftyifiri liitip, Mi Ciim, i 
•ttflfflMi nsw wirMng with induitriM AhmImmi, i.A. in 
ehinmdigi. NiMriiua. in i litttr ditid mid'Tibnivy, MIh 
eiMn dMcriM thi Mviitition, thi humin mffttrtni. infUiHd 
by thi glMt iirthqualN thit hit Mmiiu. NismiM durini tht 

In thtMlewing litttr, nprinttd with tht ptrmiHitn tf tht 
flyiifUi, MiH eiMn rtvHli whit iht Iwi Mtn ind ixptriinMa. 
ght iivM with thi Sillijii funiiy, othtr if NinnlM'i viit 
■miaMt. Md it ii thii midtmi that ihi nfm ft u "tht 
htUN", ghi ilm rcfin \9 frtiik eillijii, hnthir if thi viit 
prtilitnt 

MiH eiNn'i littir lyMeniy mikM the Mimgui Hrthquiht 



trifidy viry eim, vtry ptrNNli ^^ ^ . . 

'%i irrivid mi hiur liti in Mmiim. Arrifing 
Minagui thty eirelid thi eity m wt win iMt Ji fit rviry nid 
viiw If thi ruini, whiih givi yiu i viry Hd, it» (iittng. whtn 
wi tiuehid diwn thi rmwiyi win rithir humpy Mi tht 
ttrminil in M ihipi, Evnvthing wii quiit, nit muih utivity, 
whtrfhifen thin wia miMW ina Bnpii running inuna hippy 



ind My, Thty hid • milii4hift thing, (tr luitwni didn't nim 
InttAtid in whit yw hid in yiur luagigi...iuit iitid Nrt if 
itunnid, in i diN liki. Prink ud hii wTft mit ui ind Mid Uwy 



w«n giving uii tour If I lity In rulM. thiy bith Nimid It iWI 
bi nthir kiyid up, undir i tit of itriM ind itritn. Pint wi 
Kirtid from thi airport i on\y a nnall part of tho tirminal wai 
In UM, Actually wi ihouldn't havo boon In tiion bouuN it wai 
oraokod up a IIUli mon ahako and It would go. Aa wo rodo down 
iho hl^way Into town you oeuld im ndna on both ildia and tha 
HHror you oama to Managua tha worao It wai. Tho alrpwt la 10 
mllaa out of town. PInally wo got to tho wont parU, traviUni at 
our own riak booauia than won aemo pooplo atoallng, hoittng 
up poopla and, of ooum, than won aoldlan around. Naturally 
wo carrlad wMponi In tho ear with ua. It wai hot, iey, duaty. 
morbid, imally, offanalva odon and ovorywhon you oould mo 
ovorythlng was in ihamblM. gomo pooplo itUl lifting through tho 
rumbiM looking for thinga loit. Thty lookod aa If In anethor 
world. Tha miulva taak it will bo to olMn It up 1 1 know I hava 
novor Mon In my llfotlmo anything Uka It. I hardly boUovod I 
wu actually Molng It. It waa tho worn thing IVo ovor aoan, 
ibaolutaly unboUavabla. Tho dooompoood bodlMl You hoar 
about a lot of InddmU that happond, about dlffannt onM b^ 
burlod aliva, Mm* burnod, lomo ahot, wlwla famillM bolni 
unoovwod dMd. Than Nomi to bo no and to It. Tha ooUapood 
and Bhattand bulldbifa; biarnadwdMtnyad homM...tho human 
lufforlng. A llttla old lady alttlng and eryli^, on tho eurb, who 
polntod to tha pUt of rubUih whidi had boan bar homo and 
wh«ro bar whola family and all thoir worldly poaaaMlona wan 
burlod. Anothor man who iNt hU ehlldnn and homo In tho quako. 
Whan tha man wii ihown a gun aomoono had fowid ho aakod to 
NO It. Ha took It, tint hia wifo, than riwt himaalf. 

Thatown.in moatanu,laandnlodbybarbodwinfOnea.A 
city of tanu; thouaaoda af thmt hava bam aot v by tho 

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Facts on poison prevention 



Thla ii National Polion l*ravontlon Woofc, an obnrvanoo 
ihai hai bam widaty publliiMd In rMint dayi. tut luih an 
Impartani obatrvanN daitrvM yat anoUiar ramlndar. Par It 
hiia al Un htart if famliiM. NpNially thiM with young 
ihildnn. ind tviry wtrd that la prlntad may rmih aomt 
pinni, Mvff iiffli umil lift. 

A MNial wtrd If pniN ii dui tht phirmiitullMl 
pntaNMn whtth haa wagtd ita iwn war on OMldantal 

pataaningii 

Ptrhapi Um 4m algnifliut Intarmation ti lemi out of 
tht frtpartd natiinal MiMiilty ii Un "lditir*i Put ghitt 
iin^ And It Ii mrinlMhtnin quNtiin ind anawar form In 
hapM it will imtt Mmi imili mMiun if awanniM in thla 
traiii prtMtm. 

Kiad it Mnfuily. PNt it In tht bathntm nixt to tht 
midiiint Miliitt. ft may am day mvi a lift in your own 

1. 4. Now Hut IN law ragalTM many baMrdoii aradaita 
la bt to ••iblMpmr* MtbigN. miv 1 iMimi lliil I at 
iMgtr hivi M wirry ibtit knptogliitogi wt if ahlMna'a 
rMihf 

A. Nim If Iht n^aUtd thildpmf piikagN la abaelutaly 
Mit. Rtmtmbtr that ihiMnn an ingtnltui ind iin flgun 
tut waya to gain mtry •- wayi that wa might nit Iwvi 
thtught If tuntivH. Tht iiw itiilf nttgniiid thla in that it 
naulni that Un iptiial Mikaglng bt diffliult (or moit 
itiikirin tt an intt, but ntt aU. flwl«tlng pmtdun takta 
thla toll atatunt Iw nniirini that a minimum if M ptr nnt 
If thMt thiMnntiittd than bt Inhibittd fnm opining tht 
piikM. 

■79; Hun m nt imaH i hUdnn to my himi. Why da I 
hava It an thiM bt r d t tiip w Mfity piikagtif 

A. Tha law allawi Mth manufaitunr ti maki a ainile 
ilM Mtkagt that datinl ttmsly with tht Hfity paikagmg 
ilanMrd far ptMliwht an ilthtr tidtrly ir infirm, In tht 
MM tf priNrtptiin draai, tht punhaitr (ir tht phvaiiian 
wht priitrlbti tN midltatian) may indiaati an option far 
aiUiar tht m^ it rtgular Mikaga. Wa hopa, howivtr. that 
pMfIt will UN thiN Mftly panagM baHun, n ofttn, 
mndihiidNn ir vlaittn with imaii ihildnn lomi into tht 

I. 'a. Why irM'l all hawahald praduita in nfily 



•pttifii in ittltog M than hauaaheld luNtanm whith 



A. 
pnduiuin 



t now, avar half if tht N mNt fnqutntly iniNttd 
luind It N in iNiial paikaging, Tha law la 



hi¥t baan Invilvid in aarHui ptntMl injury ir iliniH 
iffltng ywM ahUdrai bt iiiilii& paakagtd. Obviiuily. not 
aUhtiSNMlpNdwti fall init thii Nttgary. In addition, tha 
law ipNlfiN that, In ordtr tt N NMidmd fir ipNial 
pitkiging, rath pitkiging muit N fNiibia in that tht 
tNhnlMl wptrtiN Mlali ta davtitp and pnduii luth 



paikiglngimuilNirM 
ititiftamiHiridynltn 
NbitMN will N atmi 



ittiiabia in that'iuih paikaging landa 

and muit N appnpriatt in that tha 



atmpilibia with tha'typi if aintalnar, 
4, a, i naliii INI aapMni an ilUI availabli in tha "aid" 
lypa af imlilMr ivta lliwgk I andinland that thii praduil 
hiRtw NiviNd la N In ipNiai Mikaglng. , _ 

A. Tht MW igNiflN that ipNialpaikiginili raquirid for 
what ii MfbiaN iflip tha apNifitd diti. ThiN pndyeti 
iMiiigil prlir tt tht iflNlivt data (in tht mm if aipirlna, 
AmS 14, imi may iMtinut it N Mid. Purthtrmtn, aa 
inimtad ibtvt, im "ntn^tmplying" lin piekagi will itill 

1. (Mlaw will IN iMMMir kntw If thti lafity Htkaging li 
aftMUvif 
A, Minufaiturm if thiM pnduiti whieh an nquirid ti 



bo ipNially iMokagod muil aubmll Mmplw lo tho Oovom< 
mont of ihoM paokagM whioh thoy an markaMni. In ad* 
ditlon, maiw manufaetunra aubmll multa ai thdr data that 
an uaod to Judgo tho offMtlvoniM of tho paekaga, aooording 
to rogulatlom ■pteilitd by tht Oovornmont. It li ImpoHanl to 
nmombor howovor, thit tho low ipnlflw that tha paikaga 
ba difficult far moit ohlldron to opon -> not ill, In addition, it 
li vary important that tho adult who uim tho paikaga uaM it 
pnporly - not only In gotting It opon but in boingoortain that 
It li raiwund aftar um. 
a. 0. What kind of prodnot* oan I tipoot lo ftad to ifoiial 

^ A*1n tin, aapirini, urtaia typM of Uquid furnltun 
poliih (with a pttnlium Nm). oil of wlntorgrion, tt4 tiWN 
drug! whioh an normally aaaoitotad with drug abun wan 
nquind to bo in iptiiai paikaglni. Thla ywr, wrlain 
pnparationi uaing tyi, ehiroMi and ilgantto llghttr fluida, 
turpanttni. mithyi aloehol. aulfurio aiid, pnacrlptton drugi 
( In oral doaagi form ) , inn mII pnparatloM, MitiitdN, and 
paint Nivinta an among thou produeta whlon an or will N 
oovaradi 

T. % If I find my yoangilor playtog witk a battli af 
midlitoi. or • f If anor, how do I l^l If ho iwalktwod mmo and 
will boiomo ilokr 

A. ftMotiena vary, dipending on tht preduet. In mm 
inataniM, hi may vomit, In othm, ht may appMr to ba 
dnway or aluggian for no appanni rMaon; you may notm 
(hat thi lentinta havo boon ndueod, you may notioi aomo af 
thi rMtdut (if it won a liquid, for iMmjrti) around Wa 
mouth and luth. It la important tt git nMdieat advlat, tvtii 
if you only auapitt that hi hai IngNtid a patantiaUy mifi 
produot, 

1. 0. An thm lomi f frit iM mo iiuna I tan toki whm aa 
ingfiUM lakM a tonf 

A. Thi fint thing to do ii to rMd tha label, bi many |n< 
itanm, fint aid preeadurM auggNt that tht ihiM N madi 
to vomit, (Ineidmtally, in thii etnntititn, yau ihould aak 
your pharmaeiat about gitting i auppiy af ^rlip tf IpiMi in 
thi homii thii ii uMd to induM vimiting and altmlMit tha 
niMMity of uaing a ipoon or lomi ithtr gagging aflbetlt If 
thi predutt whiih your ihild Na ingtitts tentalM a lya or 
lauitii, or a pttnlwm diatillatt, vomiting ihauld ntt N 
induiid, Othir inataniN whin vomiting ihiuld ntt bt 
flntd an whtn tht ihild ia ilthir uniwiHiiua or in ion< 
vuliioni, Wi imphaalN thi nniMity if rMding tht UM, It 
will ntt only tili ytu what ia in tht produot (n you will know 
If vimiting ii dtiirabli), but it i^m halpa tha deitor In baiag 
pNitivi abaut hia dlagniaii and trHtmant. Tha iabil iIh 
will giva fint aid infarmatlan, 

1. 0. 1 hava naliiid Ihil atmi piiian OMinI nntwi an 
nal llitid in thi liliphMi dlmtor i Hhm in. Why la thm a 
diffinniif 

A. Raih poinn lontral iintir ii lotally iparatad. Tha 
oantir makai ita own rulM, Thinfon, thin an dIffanniM 
among thi nntiri in how much diitribution thiy wiih to 
mahiof thtir liliphoni numbir and thiir Nrvim. In lomi 
imi, fir iNimBli, thi iirviiM of thi polmn control emtir 
an ilmittd lo tni mtdini pnfMiton. 

10. H, Wr havi bin talking abaut MlRMingi ammg 
f hiidnn. R« adulti gat poiionid §r«idintallyf 

A. Vii: Mill oftin, it ii duo to eanliMneii ^ 
eariiHRniii iiuih aa giving or (aliing modi^lnp In tha darli, 
miitalflng ana eontiinir for anothor. or putting a hHMrdoui 
lubitanet In a Qontainir ynd for drinking, Wa ahould iton 
inttrnal mtdiiinii itparatiiy from othtr houaihald ' 
pndueia i wa ihsuld alwayi uii tni original aontaintr: Then 



aottona win go a tong way towarda prayontlng not only ao- 
eldantagmoivadulta. but among ohUdranaa WlU. 

It, tt. r.Nva rMd Ifeat Mma ihlldrm got toad potiMtof 
from ptoa. WNl la ptoaf 

A, Ftoa ta a craving for unnatural fooda luoh m chalk, 
MhN. paint ehlpa. Uad potooning among ohlldron ii oflon 
aaaoclaiad with plo boMUM thay Mt paint ohipa. 

II, Q, Uad to patot to a aartoaa prabtom If a «kUd ibould 
togailll,WhalhbatogdMoliiomclihtopnblom» 

A. gtarltog in January. IITI palnti wUl ba llmltad ai to 

ihair toad iMtint. Thto ordtr wUI iIm apply to any toy or 

arttoto Intondtd Itor um by childnn which bMW any paint or 

ilmllar aoattng matortal. 
II. a. WNl abMl wator^iidi ar latoa lypt patoti? An 

than any Nnria wab Ihoaft 

A,.ATlaaat than to no Ind. Howovor, thon may N 
pniarvatlna.ar fuMloidM tNt could oaun woblomi. 
IngnAama auoh m thna ihould N llitid on tho label. 

14. «. Par yMn, my family hai boon toktog vitamin 
•apftomiiito. IkivorMdnMnlly iNl Ihwo oia b# harmful. 

ATvitomtai, takan aa dlraotid on tho lable. can bo wn- 
fldtradiafa.11)oy ahould. howovor, ai with all drugi, bo kept 
out of rwoh of ailWroB. ........ . 

II. H, Don Iht bamitog of BOT aiMn that It ta the onU' 
harmful toMattoldi IN) Na bocn avaltobto to tho puWIef 

A, No, Then an many pntlcidn that pan eauie 
potooning. OBT wai Nnned btcaun it lendR not to 
leteHonte and to aeeumulate in our onvironment, 

ll, tt< An tom my Mid hwieknptog ruloi I can m to 
pnvaM patoaMng aewintoT ■ ^ 

A^KeapaH hoaeabaM preductf and medlolnif out of naoh 

of youMAna and. pnftraWy. loikid up when not in wae. 
Wben^ an in un, they ihould never be out of »lght of 
adulto » even if it involvM taking the product with you when 
aaawtrtog the telaphoBe or the doorljell. 

Internal medieinM aheuld N itored leparately from other 
htui^MM pndMtit 

ItamiiheuU N Nat to their original oentainen - never 
IneupaiwieftilrinkMtttoi, ■ .... . 

^ifpndueti aheuid be pnporly labeled, and the label read 

Tht lighlihtuld aiwayi N on when giving or taking 
medltthMi 

Wt ihtuld avoid taking medieinei In fnnt of children. 
linn ytung^en tond to imitoto aduito. 

We Bhiwi nftr to midlelnM aa madtotnN ^ not candy 

PInally, IN madtoina labinat iNuld N cleaned out 
ptrtodlaally. PrtHrtptton drugi nt longer needed ihould N 
impttod dawn tht linin, tN itntotnir rimed, and than 
diNardadi 

If. tti AN then any antldetoa that ihauld be kept at 
hamef 

A, Xvary hauaaNId with ehiidran ihould have a one^unee 
container of llyrup of IpoMi lor inducing vomiting. 
Aativatid charaMi aheuld N kept on hand for alminiitering 
fint aid. (Cheek with your phyiieton before you give them to 
a child), 

II, 0< Why are la many aecidentol palaonlngi ntoted to 
children under I yean al age? 

A, ehlidren under the age of » an In itagee of growth and 
develepment when thty are eimtantiy eaplorrng and in^ 
vtiiigatien the world around them, fflii ii^t way tNy 
learn- It ii a mmiA iharietirlitle and ihoirfd net 
be diaieuraied, ynfertunatily, what children 
lee and reach far, thty plaee into their moHthSr It 
ii thii hiMrd whieh we muit leek ta prevent, 



Enccoochmen/ 
on elf Izens' rights 



lITTilS 

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Response Is flooding In 



Tttheldltori 

I mMt aartaUily appravt if 
Iht etuniii'i dMiiitn to in' 
ttrvtni in bihilf tf tht 
lUiNm to kttplRg liak Bay 
Wildlife Rtfugt tptn tl 
vehtoular tnffto. 

Tht tMnathmtnt tf tN 
Padtnl Mv aramMt in tN 
right If litliaM to a ttrrlfying 
Ming. I twn prtgarty and kaii 
ItrwaN to uaing tN heme I 
hava an INI pnparty. My 
Miy aeeoM to bj* vehtoto, 



uaingabMChreulclitnngly 
appoM the Bepartmeni if 
Interior action whieh 
will make il impoNibto fer me 
le UM my heme ai a Nune ef 
eHential rail and niaxatton, 
I eemmend the memNre ef 
our eeuneil who have moved 
forward in our lupporl. gin^ 
eenly, 
J,H: Johneen 
WaihingtoH, B,e, and 
ehiekaien Rd,, Virginia 
BMch, 



"Thr 




eopen 



To tho Iditori 

I'm glad to IM you oon> 
dueling a aunwy an IN matter 
of bMch etoaun thraugh leak 
Bay WIMIIfa ltoft«a, 

I am Juat am email property 
owner to tho devolopment 
nuth of tN Refuge and I 
naont the aotlen by tiio U.g. 
Dopartmint of Inlartor In 
•hutttog mo off fnm aoooM to 
my property, 

I Nvo writtm to mombon 
of OongroM to thto oftoot and 
havo rooolvtd favorable 
ro^lM fnm Uiom. I Nvo atao 



written to tho Doparimant of 
Intertor dlmtor In Allanto 
but reeolved no roipenie 
whieh wai not unoxpootod, 

I would hanrd a guMi that 
Iha number of pnporty ownm 
wN travel down the bMch 
•outh of landbrldgo to vliit 
their property In the 
dovotopmont Juit ovor tho 
VlrilnlO'Carolina lino li 
nogllglblo and hai no ip* 
proclaUe effect on the ecology, 
In tho Wildlife Refuge. 
YounUruly, 
J.P. .Howlion, Jr. 



Hun rnderi are reminded 
INt IN dndiine fer Rubmitting 
arllelcH for publieatlan li 
Monday lO a.m, Matorlal 
renlved by I p.m< PUday, 
however. Ii greatly ap^ 
pnetoled. 

Thne wNienI laformatiou In 
by moll an eneounged. Indeed 
urgid. to mall It In ampto time 
to mch IN iun offtoe by 
Monday. Many notleei of 
mMtlnii and evento are not 
appearing In the Iun Ncauae 
Ih^f an Rol, neelved until 
Wedneiday or tNrtday. 

Utton to the editor ibouM N 
rMiOMbto In length, wrlttiin In 
good toito end MUST N ilgned. 
it ll alee deilrabto t^lude ■ 
tetophene number iHRb totton 
on never edited wltHbot tN 
writer*! permliiion. 



The iueetion eeneerning (he 
Reck Bay Wildlife Refuge 
cloiure if) iuit ai potent now aa 
il wiK a year or lo ago. And 
Ihingi are realiy jumping 
around (he Hun ai the 
reiponse floods In, 

first Bf all there was a 14^ 
page petitJQn signed by ill 
persons, along with handfuis 
of qyesdonnaires from other 
proponents of keeping the 
refuge open and a smattering 
af letters to the editor- 

The conservatieniRte have 
not gone unheard, however, 
and one suspeets that whan 
they get (heir petitions going it , 
will DO a lively eonlcit. 

Among the eomments from 
the opponents to the Qity 
taking part in l^al action to 
keeping the refuge open won 

then; 

"The city hei abiolutely no 
right, In this initinee to In* 
terfere with the Oovemment't 
dKiiion, The eonditon of the 
bMCh and dunw In the BBWR 
ii atrocioui to the abwo It hii 
taken from the lo-callid 



'concerned eitiiena' and tNir 
flff4heM^d vehiclei," 

"It appeara that theie 
memNri of eeuneil who voted 
in favor ef the eity joining the 
pretesling gnup are only 
catering to the deiin ef a few 
selflih. weaKhy people who 
try (0 represent themMlves aa 
sporlsmen when- they are 
really only vandals," 

"If (he city takes legal 
action, it shoultl he on (he side 
of the censervationisto and 
ecologiits^not the Beaeh 
Buggy erowd," 

On the other side of the 



SUN SURVEY 

QUigTIONi Do you ippreva tht City'i 
dieliion to Intoivtfw In {agal Mtion, if It 
oomai, to koop iMk lay Wlldllfi Rtfugt 
opan to vihioular trafflo? 
Ywu oommnto and ilgnod lettori would N ipprectoted alio. 

■ YES D a NO n 

dH and litum to: VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, 
118 Rogginairt Rd., yi^lnlp Baad^^ 



ledger, one praponeni made 
thii suggeiiien; "I would 
suggest a license for beaeh 
vehlclea--aay about |}§ a year, 
revocable mr violations. 

Another said quite simply: 
"Please keep the Back Bay 
Wildlife Refuge open to 
vehicle traffic,"'^ 

As has been done in the past, 
(he petittons will he turned 
over to eity t^ouneil And with 
another week (o go on this 
question it seems \\m^ (here 
will he a number for council to 
consider, ispecially if the 
conservationists get active. 



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TriramnttenSpMOMnnwdatot^^ 

Rod CroM to Own holping with tood and other thtop. 

Thoy kill all nto and doii to keep down typhue fever. Htfp la 
itlU oemtog to from othor oountrtoa all tN Ume. Managua la 
abeyl IN atoa of Tamna (Pto.). . 

MoanwhUo, meat of tN peode of Managua an itUl daaed, 
■tuMMd, to alwek by tN tragedy tNt virtually wlMiout their 
eity and all thoy had dear to tbov llvw. They an pTcUng 19 tN 
pkNM, trylM to buUd all over ^ato. 

After toavtog MoMgua, g^ ovor to Chlnandoga, which to fo 
mltoa NarOi, it loima to N all right. Th«« an thouMnda of 
mtn poopto In ChtomdoM. At tlm« I didn't know if my room 
wwdd bo avtUaUe or Mt. But, lu^ly , It Nd boon ea vod for me. 
Allhough thort an 1*40 oitn poo^ Btoylng thon to die houae. 

Laat wMk and wo Ned a torriDto thing Nppen hwe at tN 
houM. A RIM, OM of th^ ooualna, about 41 yMra old, who Nd 
toot hto bMlntM and homo, ahot hlmaolf. Couldn't bMr to atari 
lUe ever anow (f guan). Ho toft INm eona, a daughter and wife 
aU atoytng at Ow heun. 

TNy food around 10 adidto at mealtime. I don't taww how 
manp'^MMnnl 

TN ptapto ta NtoM^^, n a whoto, an all to a tarmell M to 
wtat to da. Thoy Juil atam to wandor arotu^, goli^ Nek to 

I to CMnadaga. Loto of thinga an to 

It wUl work Itoilf out. It alwayi 

llttto huto around. 

anything or anyoM In tN 

«mN. Ilwy had aU'Juit moved down to tN bMoh tNt af< 



ManagM. iMn aaml^ Nwk to CMM 
a iMM aMfMton but I guan It wUl 
daaa, aamt ptage ut pultkia W > 
NtM ef OitaUada tomUy toat 




Of amnt, On U J. hM teaatan all IN Ume, but wo Nn 
totoef oMm whan Ntomaua only had OM. You poNbly get 
■MMMWtttiM wa at.. Jto TV, M Mwa p aMr .1 do Nvo a raAo. 
I aMpaM H lahn a tol af ptomdng to build a now olty. But 
I'm aun lh«y will mate It. 



The Virginia Beach Safety 
Council's drive to aell red 
triangular Mfety emblema for 
blcyclea, devlcea that can 
Mally N aeon by motoriato in 
Nth thedayllght and nighttime 
houra, received a booel thto 
week from Police Chief 
Colonel William W. Davia. 

In a prepared atatoment, 
Chief Davto aild: "In 
boNlf of the mombon of the 
Virginia Beach Police 
Dlvlelon, I wholeheartedly 
and enthuatoatlcally endtNTM 
tN Btoyeto Safety Campaign 
which haa boM Inai^untod 
by the Vlrgtoto BMCh Safety 
Council. 

"TN promotion of theae 
btoyeto Safety T.iangle 
EmUwne, which will have 
high vlalbility toth In tN 
daylight and at night, ahould 
in our Mtimatton, curb tN 
injury rato and porNpa tN 
fatolity rate of bicyollMa to tN 
aty of Vlrgtoto BMCh, 

"Certainly IN itottotlea 
point to a tnmondoua need for 
an awarenaM and emeem in 
thla arN, I tovlto fwix at- 
tMlNi to the ftgwee for 
Vlrgtoto BMCh: 



"In 1071, bicydtoU ' 
Involved in accldente, 
reaulUng in tt injuriaa and 3 
deatha. 

"Compared to the three 
prevtow yean, (t to oetlmatod 
that dMtha of blcycto ridon 
tncreaaed by, 1(1 piir cmt In 
1971 and injurieo were up 17 
per cent, nationwide. 

"In itn btoycltoto. won 
involved in N. ae«1denta, 
reaultlng to N l^vtoe and l 
totollty to Vlrgtoto Boach. 

"NBtlonaUy,loutofevfnr 
B cycUata klltod to traffic ore 
between tN agea of .five and 
fourteen, and for every cyeltot 
killed in trafflc, ill are Ib» 
Jured. 

"Bicycle rldora generally 
precipitate aoeldonta by 
tmMfe acttoM, auch m, toUb^j 
to ytoM WI entering a roadway 
and by riittng agatoat 4N 
traffic Btream. 

"To conctode, I eoRuntt^ 
the VIrglnto Beach gafaty 
Council for their efforta to 
bring about a publto 
•warenoM In the arm (rf 
bicycio aafely ai^ uiie ovonf 



parent to eonalder purcNatng 
the emblem which to being 
aold In thto campaign. I feel 
aun that If parento could view 
tho tragte conaoquaneea of 
earelMa and unconcerned 
btoyoUng, iNn would N m 



heiitaney on their part to do 



ao. 



Bicycle Safety Tags are 
avaltobto for $l from Sean, 
True Value Hardware Storea, 
l3ivenB BIN fiiop, and Pete 
gmlth'aaurfBNp. 




PflllM CMtf INfli MMh PM a Uaytlt Mftly trlui|to 
tTMi Kamiy Mfltor. PiMM^ CtalnMn for the Mtytto 
atftiy CiiiHlP* 



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Reassessment challenged 



Recnt rcassenineot of real 
««ate by the City of Virginia 
Beaeh hat been challenged as 
beii^ iU^al in a ami filed in 
QrciBt Court. 

Attorney Jos^ L. Lyie, 
Jr.. says that although the 
complainants in the suit are 
NOVAB Development Corp. 
and Hilltop Square Associates, 
"Thta is a cUm action on 
behalf of ail real estate owners 
in the city." 

Lyle is contending the 
asseuments are illegal 
becaioe they were not com- 
pleted within the time span 
required by law. Lyle cites 
that portion of the Gty Code 
governing "Assessment 
Procedure" which says, 
"Except with respect to new 
construction and other cases 
where the same is not prac- 
ticable, such assessments 
shall be completed not later 
than the 30th day of Sep- 
tember of the year proceeding 
the year for which the same 
shall be effective, and taxes 
for each year on such real 
estate shall be made on the 
basis of the last assessment 
made prior to such year, 
subject to such changes as 
may have been lawfully 
made." 

Lyle points out "..new 
construction..." is not in- 
volved in the challenged 
aiaessments. 

This deadline of Sept. 30 for 
assessments is the main point 
of Lyle's action. He indicates 
he was told the "reassessment 
was not completed until on or 
about the 15th day of 
December 1972 ...". This 
clearly exceeds the deadline 
as prescribed by the City 
Code, according to Lyle. 

Lyle further contends the 
agreement reached with 
Wfaigate Appraisal Service for 
the assessment of some 38,000 
parcels of property violated 
the City Code deadline. To 
subrtaptiate this Lyle cites 
reoHrds showing City Council 
on Aug. 30, 1971 accepted 
Wingate's offer for property 
assessment, at a cost of 



$196,000, which specified 
(»m{detion no later than Dec. 
1, ivn, aiqiroximately 75 days 
beytmd the required deadline. 

The suit also contends City 
Code provisions regarding 
"Equalization of Assessments 
- Hearings to be Held" were 
also violated. These 
provisiras state "...the City 
real estate assessor shall hold 
h«irings as often as may be 
neceraary between Oct. 1st 
and Nov. 30th in each year..." 
with property owners to 
evaluate grievances 



leiiuvbliiig vquitiUiiliuu ul 
asMssments. 

The suit contemte "...that 
the affected parties were not 
notified thereof (the 
reassessed real estate value) 
until after Jan. 1, 1973". Lyle's 
suit is summarized in two 
main points, "...(1) your 
complainants contend the 
entire reassessment is void as 
being in violation of law, and 
(2) the equalization 
procedures are designed to 
relieve the inequality, rather 
than the basic validity, of 
reassessments " 




Dillon 



America due home 



On June 5, (he USS 
AMERICA (CVA-66) departed 
Norfolk for a third period of 
extended operations in 
Southeast Asia. Now, almost 
10 months later, the carrier 
and embarked Air Wing 
EIGHT are returning home, 
ae will arrive at Norfdk 
Naval Station's Pier 12 on 
Saturday, March 24, at 11:15 
a.m. 

With arrival time rapidly 
approaching, members of the 
AMERICA Enlisted Wives' 
Club are actively engaged in a 
variety of homecoming 
projects. One such task is the 
painting of large banners 
carrying such greetings asf* 
"Welcome Home Lovers", 
"We're the Happiest Girls in 
the Whole USA" and 
"AMERICA'S Home", which 
will be displayed on the side of 
■the host ship, the carrier USS 
JOHN F. KENNEDY (CVA- 
67). 

Posters, bearing similar 
messages, will be held al(rft by 
families and friends anxiously 
waiting on the pier. A 
billboard, located just off 
Hampton Boulevard near 
Gate 2, will convey the 
homecoming slogan "USS 
AMERICA Returns Home in 
Peace". Bumper slickers 
portraying the same message 
will be sold at Pier 12 Salur- 
day morning. " 



To aid the wives in iheir 
endeavw, local merdtanis are 
also displaying welcome 
messages on Iheir billboards 
and posters and Scope's 
lelesign will flash 

homecomii^ greetings. 

Pierside activities will 
promote the carnival at- 
mosphere of this event. Mc- 
Donald's clown, Ronald 
McDonald, equipped with 1000 
balloons and the Kampus 
Klowners fnmi Old Dominion 
University will be on hand to 
amuse the childrea Honored 
guests and members of Ihe 
AMERICA Enlisted Wives' 
CTub will be wearing red, 
white and blue corsages made 
by the wives. 

Additional entertainment 
will be provided by I he 
Commander Naval Air 
Forces, U.S. Allanlic Fleet 
(COMNAVAIRLANT) Band, 
Ihe Cox High Schod Naval 
Junior ROTC Drill Tedm and 
the Chieftains band from 
Kempsville High School. 
Refreshments will be 
available on the pier. 

Although Ihe ship's 
hofnecomiiig is of prtmaiy 
interest to Ihe AMERICA 
families, anyone interested in 
participating in the festivities 
is invited and encouraged lo 
attend. 



Dillon to 
seek seat 



Danny Dillon, Republican 
city chairman and an active 
GOP worker for the past four 
years, is the first Republican 
lo announce his candidacy for 
the House of Delegates. 

Dillon said his is only the 
first announcement, that 
another Republican will an- 
nounce for the House "within 
the next two weeks". 

There are four delegate 
seats at stake in Ihe 
November election : the three 
Virginia Beach seats 
presently held by B.R. "Bev" 
Middleton. Glenn McClanan 
and Owen Pickett and a new 
at -large seat to represent 
Virginia Beach, Chesapeake 
and Portsmouth. 

Of the incumbents, only 
Pickett has announced he will 
seek re-election. However, 
Middleton and McOanan are 
expected to run, , 

Dillon said he will seek one 
of the Beach seaU, not the at- 
large seat. 



Dc^ license 
crack down 

Virginia Beach Police CWel ^, 
WW. Davis has announeed re- 
implementation of door-to- 
door enforcement of the city's 
dog license ordinance. 

Effective Monday, March 
26, Animal Control Bureau dog 
wardens will canvas high 
density dog poptilation neigh- 
borhoods lo determine if dogs 
are properly licensed. 

Two reasons underlie this 
policy re-implementation: 
Increasing number of dog 
bites in the city and ever 
present danger of rabies. 

Dog licenses may be pur- 
chased from the City 
Treasurer's Office. Prices are 
$2 for a single dog, $15 for 
kennel of 20 dogs, $25 for 
kennei of 50 dogs. 

Prior to receiving a dog 
license, the owner must have 
proof that the dog has been 
properly innoculated against 
rabies. 

Failure to have a dog license 
may result in a fine of not less 
then $2 nor more than $10. 

Studded tire use 
illegal April 1 

Use of studded tires will be 
illegal in Virginia from April 
1, lo November 1, Colonel 
H.W Burgess, Superintendent 
of Slate Police, warned 
recently 

He said that formerly the 
permissive dates for studded 
tires were from October 15 to 
April 15 but that the 1972 
General Assembly changed 
these dates to November 1 and 
April 1. 

Colonel Burgess continued 
in saying that there is cpncem 
among highway engineers as to 
whether these tires damage 
road surfaces to the extmt 
thai the safety potential is 
outweighed and that the High- 
way Department is con- 
ducting a continuing study on 
the mailer. 



THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973-PAQE 8 



You have a lot going for you 
with today's electricity. 



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Because urtil )«/ flip the switch or push 
in the plc^, the v»«sher cksesn t w»h, the 
dryer cksesnt dry, the toEBter doesn't 
toast - and the meter doesn't turn 

But sometimes that can be hard to 
remember. Because today s appliance 
sre M convenient tt^t it s easy to forget 
them once you put them away-«*vch 
makes it just as (Basy to fofget the elec- 



tricity you used to put them to work. 

And at Vepco we thinkthat's aMy 
natural Because all our thoteands of 
trained peof^ and the tDtlHons d dollars 
in equipnnent and technokDgy are here for 
iustonereESon:to 
nfwke sure you ^ways 
have the ecxxKimic^ 
^ctricfty you need - 



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whenever you decide to use it And all you 
have to do is flip a switch or push in a plug. 

But if you ef/er do think about ^ec- 
tricity-and especialty if you only think about 
it wr«n the bill comes -we hope you II re- 
member that >ou decide hoi« 
_ much you're going to ise. 

We're here to see th^ 
vouoetall w^i reouire 



VMsmakawhatittates 
tomakeitalwork. 



Nominations open for Activities for 
Virginian of the Year 



senkx* atizens 



Riders of the Sun are in- ' 
vited to nominate a Virginian, ' 
no longer a resident of the 
sUte, who has brought honor 
to himself and thereby 
distinction to the Old 
Dominion, for the "Virginian 
of the Year" award of the 
Vit^inia Press Association. 

The 1973 recipient will join 
such other illustrious former 
Virginians as U.S. Senator 
Hugh Scott; R<»s R. Millhiser, 
president of Philip Morris, 
U.S.A.; Frank McCarthy, 
producer of the multi-Oscar * 
winning movie "Patton"; 
Christopher C. Kraft, Jr. , 
directoi* of the nation's 
Manned Space Flight 
Program; Dr. John G. Coll, 
Jr., president of Allied 
Chemical Corporation; and C. 
Vernon Cowan, vice-president 
of the C & OB & Railroads. 
Deadline for nominfttims is 
May 15. Letters should be i 
brief and to the point, should 



include the correct name, title 
and present mailing address 
of the nominee.' 

A nominee for the award 
should be a native Virginian 
no longer resident of the state, 
or a former resident of no less 
than 10 years duration prior to 
leaving Virginia, whose place 
of bminess or professional 
occupation is outside of the 
state. Personal ac- 
complishments creating 
national prominence and 
reflecting favorable public 
attention lo Virginia (ire the 
basic requiremtnts fo.- con- 
sideration. 

The award is knu«^n as the 
Parks-Mason Memorial 
Award in memory of William 
Parks, the first Colonial 
Virginia printer, and George 
Mason, author of the Virginia 
Declaration of Rights which 
contained freedom of the 
press as one of its sections, the 
forerunner of the Federal Bill 
of RighU. 




This week and neiU,, 
Department of Social I ' 
offers the following ac( 
for senior citizens: 

Thursday, March 22— four 
of Thoroughgood HouM'>liiM* 
lunch at the Ranch Houii: , 

Friday, March 23-rfJUn,, 
showing, "Saskatcbewi^n,. 
Jubilee." .'. " ' 

Monday, March ' 1»— 
Shopping trip, cards, gaMM?: 
bridge instruction. Bring;. f; 
bag lunch. 

Wednesday, March 2»— . 
Quilting class, ceramic!!!' 
Bring handwork and i' Utk*" 
lunch. > I '. 

These activities are offfr^s 
at the two senior citl^ . 
centers in Virginia Btadi,' 
Thalia Lynn Baptist Church 
and Westwood Hills Baptist 
Church. 

Details may be obuined Jby , 
calling the Department ,itf. 
Social Services, 427-4451, or . 
the Department of Parks aMT' 
Recreation, 428-7069. 

Activities are opeP'- to • 
anyone 60 or over. ;•.•,'■ 



Ceiifral Boyslde Athletic Assoelatlon'9 

INVITATIONAL 
BASKETBALL 




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MARCH 23. 24. 25 



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{ f rUHay r^ — Soturdoy. Sunday^- 

6, 7. «. 9 P.M. 10. 1 1. 12, 3. 4, 8, 6, 7 P.M. 2. SsSO. » P.M. 

Bdyside Jr. High School Gym 

•as Newtown Rd. Virginia BMch 

All-Star Basketball Teams from the 
following Virginia fieach Community 
League Areas and others will participates 

20 TEAMS 



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MiDGETT " 

10 -It- 12 YR.' OLDS 

Arrowheod 

Cooke 

Great Node 

Kempsville 

Kings Grant 

PkiKi 

Thoroughgood 

W.W. Houston 

(Othen to be Named) 



INTERMEDIATES 

13-14YR.OLDS 

Arrowhead 
Cooke 

Dtamond Springs 
Groat Neck 
Kings Grant 
Norfolk Panthers 
Plaza 
Thoroughgood 

W.W. Houston 
Woodstock 

(Others to be Named) 




Trophies for Winning Teams. 
Refreshments will be soM by 
Bayside Jr. High Booster Club. 
Donatfons will be accepted. 



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ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




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FAGE ^THE SUW-THURSPAY. MARCH 22>, 1g73 







Enthusiastic 
crowds greet 

latest group 
of ex-PO Ws 



A" crowd of over 700 people were on hand Sunday 
to return the smile of Lt. Cmdr. Fant and his 
finance, Miss Rebecca Otts (Photo 1). Cmdr. 
Coskey meet his wife for the first time in 4'^ years 
at the mike where he thanked the well-wishers for 
there reception (Photo 2). Cmdr. Shuman and 
fami ly leave the plane for a more private re-union. 
(Photos). 




VIRGINIA: In the Circuit 
Court of the City of Virginia 
Beach on the 19th day of 
March, 1973 

Rel Virginia B. Schenck, 
Deceased 
COURT PAPIRS No. 1773 

SHOWCAUSCAOAINST 
DISTRIBUTION 

It appearing that a report 
of the accounts of Virginia 
National Bank, Executor of 
the Estate of Virginia B. 
Schenck, Deceased, and of 
the debts and demands 
"Tlgalnsf the estate his been 
filed in the Clerk's Office 
and that six months has 
elapsed since the 
qualification, on motion of 
the personal represen- 
tative it is ordered that the 
creditors of, and all other 
interested in, the estate 
show cause. If any they 
can, on the 30th day of 
March, 1973, before this 
court at its courtroom 
against the payment and 
delivery of the estate to the 
legatees without requiring 
refunding bonds. 

It is further ordered that 
the foregoing portion of this 
order be published once a 
week for two successive 
weeks in the Virginia 
6each Sun, a newspaper 
puWtshed In the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
Entered: 

A copy Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk . , 

»y Phylifs N. Styron, O.C. 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, on the 20th 
day of March, 1973. 
ORDCROF 
PUBLICATION 
Phyllis LaOare Morrow, 
Plaintiff, 
against ' 

Michael Anthony Morrow, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divocre a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
45 Raymond Street, Ad- 
dison, New Jersey 0U17. 

It Is ordered that he do 
appear herewlthin ten ()0) 
days' after due publication 
hereof, and do what may ba 
necessary to protect hit 
Interest in this suit. 
Caton & Wright 
3508 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy— Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
3-23,19-4-5,12-4T 



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By LES LEHIGH 



"Love is having our ex-POWs home". 
Those words expressed the feelings of some 
700 people on hand Sunday night at Norfolk 
Naval Air Station to welcome home three 
former prisoners of war. They were on a 
handmade sign displayed by Linda Smith, of 
Virginia Beach, to greet the Navy men. 

Cmdrs. Kenneth L Coskey and Edwin A. 
Shuman, III, and Lt, Cmdr. Robert S. Fant, 
Jr., were reunited with their families after 
spending some five years in captivity in North 
Vietnam. 

As the men deplaned from the giant 
Medivac C-9 aircraft, which landed at 8:23 
p.m., their wives and children rushed to 
embrace them. Fant was met by his nance, 
Miss Rebecca Otts of Virginia Beach. The 
crowd, including many young people waving 
American flags, expressed their feelings by 
chanting, over and over, "welcome home", 
^>eaUng briefly each of the mm ex|H%ssed 
their gratitude for the welcome 
home. Coskey, surrounded by his wife 
Donna and children Kenneth and Carolyn, 
expressed his joy by saying, "All you 
beautiful people, thank you so much for 
coming." Noting the large number of young 
p«)ple on hand he added, "The children make 
us feel 10 t^t ull " 

To show ai^ireciation for American efforts 
to assist th«n duritjig ther captivity Coskey 



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said, "We want to thank you for your support 
when we were in Hanoi, the POWs did have a 
good day. It's wonderful to be back in this 
great country , Thank you and God bless you," 

Shuman 's wife Sue shed tears of joy as she 
joined him and their children Ed 

Shuman 's wife Sue shed tears of joy as she 
and their children Edwin, James and Mary 
joined him at the microphone. Waving to 
everyone he told them, "Hello all you won- 
derful peple, I'm overwhelmed by this." 

Appearing as though he were searching for 
appropriate ^Wds, Shuman paused 
momentarily th^ ^ilirigly said. "All I can 
say is thanks for the wonderful turnout. I'm . 
going to be busy for awhile," 

As Fant bounded to the microphone ac- 
companied by Miss Otts they both appeared 
almost overcome by sheer joy. He waved to 
everyone and called out, "Hi everybody, it's' 
great to bejiome," Then turning to Miss 6Qs 
he bid the crowed, "This is my fianA Beclj', 
I'm going to marry her real soon," 

Adopting a more solemn attitude, and 
speaking in a more serious tone, he said, 
"T^ank you for your suppoM and all you've 
done, and God bless all of you," 

As th# motorcade b^an transporting the 
men and their families to specially prepared 
quaters at Portsmouth Naval Hospital Fant's 
auto paused momentarily. The crowd took 
advantage of the moment and directed his 
and Miss Otts' attention to a large banner 
which read. "Welcome Fearli» Fan " 



MASS PROTEST 
MEETING 

The seagulls don't object to your use of the 
beach south of Sand bridge, but the Federal 
I Government does. Protest with us at Little 
[Island City Park, Sandbridge, Virginia Beach, 
Sunday, March 25 at 2:00 p.m. Guest speaker- 
Congressman G. William Whitehurst; 
Entertainment- Norman Phelp's Band, 
The Virginia' rounders. 



CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR 
CONSERVATION AND RECREATION 



NOTICI 

Virginia: 

The regular meeting of 
the Council of the City of 
Virginia Beach will be held 
In the Council Chambers of 
the Administration 
Building, City Hall, 
Princess Anne Station, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, «- 
on Monday, April 9, 1973, at 
3:00 p.m. at which time the 
following applications will 
ba heard: 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

1. Application of United 
Medical Assoctatat, Ltd., 
for a USE PERMIT to 
construct a 100-t>td con- 
valescent and extended 
care facility on certain 
property beglnmng at a 
point 670 feet more or leas 
North of Wlldwood Drive, 
and 217 feet West of First 
colonial Road, running a 
distance of 294.94 ft*t along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 319.73 
feet along the Western ' 
property line, running a 
distance of 341.99 fett along 
the Southern property tint 
and running a distance of 
300 feet more or less along 
the Eastern property line. 
Said parcel contains 2.S 
acres more or lass. 
(General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

2. Application Of Lynn- 
haven Restaurant In- 
corporated T-A Lynnhaven 
Lounge fora USE PERMIT 
for dancing with live en- 
tertainment on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 200 feet more or lass 
North of Lee Highlands 
Boulevard and on ttie West 
side of South Lynnhaven 
Road located in the South 
Lynnhaven Mini Mall, 
Plats with more detailed 
Information are available 
In the Department of 
Planning. (South Lynn- 
haven Mini Mall Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

3. Application of Herbert 
D. Smith by Owen B. 
Pickett, Attorney, for a 
CHANGE OF ZONING 
from Residence Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to 
General Industrial District 
3 (Ml 3) on certain 
property located on the 
North side of Potters Road 
beginning at a point 120.33 
feet West of London Bridge 
Road, running a distance of 
270.76 feet along the 
Southern property line of 
which 116.S8 feet Is the 
North side of Potters Road, 
running a distance of 705.39 
feet along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 406.89 feet along 
the Western property line, 
running a distance of 406.89 
feet along the Northern 
property line and running a 
distance of 705.47 feet along 
the Eastern property llhe. 
Said parcel Is known as 
Lots 36, 38, 39 and 40, Plat 
of London Bridge Plan of 
Lots and contains 4.07 
acres. (London Bridge 
Area), LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

4. Application of Carroll 
F. Danforth and Josephine 
D. Danforth for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residei^ce Suburban 
District 3 (R-S 3) to 
Residence Duplex District 
3 (RD 2) on certain 
property beginning at a 
point 93.48 feet North of 
Maryland Court, running a 
distance of 188.77 feet along 
the West side of South 
Surfslde Avenue, running a 
distance of 371.94 feet along 
the Northwestern property 
line (Lake Christine) and 
running a dlbtance of 330.47 
feet along the Southern 
property llhe. Said parcel 
Is known at Lot 11, Sub- 
division of Parcel 14, Block 
32, Croatan Beach, and is 
triangular In shape. 
(Croatan Beach Area). 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH 

5. Application of Harley 
V.Cole for a USE PERMIT 
to operate trailer sales and 
service on certain property 
located at Lynn Shores 
Drive and Bonney Road, 
running a distance of 225 
feet more or lass along the 
North side of Bonney Read, 
running a distance of 170 
feet along the Western 
property line, running a 
distance of 220 feet along 
the Northern property line 
(Norfolk and Southern 
Railway Right of Way), 



and running a distanct of 
230 fMt more or lass along 
ttif Western property line. 
Said parcel contains 1.0 
acre mora or less. (TRaTTa 
Village Areas). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. '' 

6. Application of Jack H. 
Harris and Albert Lee 
Bonney, Jr., for a CHANGE 
OP" ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 3 (RS 3) to 
Multiple Family Residence 
District (R-M) and a USE 
PERMIT le~construct ISO 
townhouses and apart- 
ments on certain property 
located Soutti of Princess 
Anne Rosd at Soutfiem 
extremity of Forest Street: 

Parcel 1 : BaglnnlnB at a 
point at tt«e Soutiiarn ex- 
tremity of Forest Street 
and running a distance. of 
471.57 f*at along the 
Northam property una of 
wlilch 210 faot mere or leas 
Is the Seutfi side of Prin- 
cess Anne Road, running a 
distance of »«.M feat along 
ttie Eastern property Una. 
Running a distance el iU 
feet along the loutharn 
property line and running a 
distanct of 720 feat mora or 
lass along the Wasttrn 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 7.44 acres mora or 
less. ' 

Parcel 3: Beginning at a 
point 345 teat more or less 
East Of Forest Street, and 
running a distance of 200 
feat along the South side of 
Princess Anne Road, 
running a distance of 7M.I2 
feet along the Eastern 
property Una, rwining a 
distance of 1M.61 feet along 
the southern property line 
and running a distance of 
773.96 feet along the 
Western property line. Said 
parcel contains 3.372 acres. 

Parcel 3: On certain 
property beginning at a 
point 769,12 feet South of 
Princeu Anne Road and 
beginning at a point 56.15 
feet North of the Western 
extremity of Ravenswood 
Road, running a distance of 
50 feet along the Eastern 
property line, running a 
distance of 110.23 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 50.07 
feet along the Western 
property line and running a 
distance of 171.95 feet along 
the Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 0.201 
acres. Plats with more 
detailed Information are 
available In the Depart- 
ment of Planning. (Kemps- 
vllle Parkway-Kempsvllle 
Manor. Areas). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

7. Application of Robert 
L. Barnes for a USE 
PERMIT (Special - pur- 
suant to City Code 5.1) to 
keep hMO calves on certain 
property located on the 
West side of Kempsvllle 
ROad beginning at a point 
2400 feet more or less South 
of Centervllle Turnpike and 
running a distance of 100.33 
feet along the Eastern 
property line of which 15.33 
feet Is the West sMe of 
Kempsvllle Road, running 
a distance of 762.01 feet 
along the Northern 
property line, running a 
distance of lOQ feet along 
the Western property line 
and running a distance of 
779.01 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 1.26 
acres more or less and Is 
known as 2017 Kempsvllle 
Road. (Woods Corner 
Area). KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

- 1. Application of Powell 
and Huntley, inc., for a 
USE PERMIT to construct 
155 townhouses on certain 
property located on the 
East side of College Park 
Boulevard, beginning at a 
point 133.49 feet South of 
Colby Way and 132.19 feet 
North of Chfstnut Hill 
Road, running a distance of 
173.93 feet along the Bast 
side of College Park 
Boulevard, running a 
distance of 636.21 feet along 
the Northern property line, 
running a distance of 
1121.22 feet along the 
Eastern property Una and 
running a distance of 396.17 
feet along the Southern 
property line. Said parcel 
contains 13.91 acres. 
(Collage Park Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
BOROUGH 

9. Application of James 
Proferas for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from One 
Family Rasidenca District 
(R-1) to Motel-Hotel 



District (M-H) en certain 
property located across 
from Maryland Avenue 
and running a distance of 
210 feet along the East sida 
of Arctic Avenue, running a 
distance of 17S feet along 
the Northern property Una, 
running a distanca|Of 210 
feat more or leas along the 
Eastern property Una 
(Lake Holly), running a 
distance of 165 feet along 
the Sovtham proparty Una. 
Saici parcel is known as 
Lots 14 through 20, Block A, 
Plat of Shadow Lawn 
Heights. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH 

10. Application of Helen 
Lee DeFord for a CHANGE 
OF ZONING from 
Residence Suburban 
District 4 (R-S 4) to 
General Commercial 
District 3 (CG 3) on car- 
tain property beginning at 
a point 1075 feat more or 
lass North of Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, and 
across from Baker Road, 
running a distance of 9S4.M 
Mat along the East side of 
Newtown Reatf, running a 
distance of 1NI,60 feat 
along the Northern 
proparty line, running a 
distaitca of 597.03 feet along 
the Eastern property Una, 
running a distance of 
1I26.I3 feet along the 
Southern property line. 
Said parcel contains 31.32S 
acres. (Lake Edward West- 
Newsome Farm Areas). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 
Richard J. Webbon 
City Clark 

3-32,29 2t 



VIROiNIA 

IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH ON THE 19TH 
DAY OF MARCH, 1973 
RICHARD P. JOHNSON 
and 

LULA M. JOHNSON 
andJOHN L. BEACHAM, 
ALVIN H. PRICE and 
DON WHITE, Trustees of 
First Assembly of God 

Complainants 
vs. 

LUTHER R. EWELL, 
JOHN W. EWELL, L.C. 
EWELL, BETSEY 
EWELL, ELIZA A. 
EWELL, MARY P. 
EWELL, WM. RUFUS 
LANE, ADEALIA LANE 
and LUTHER L. LANE, 
Unknown parties who may 
be Interred In the aban- 
doned grave sites located 
on that certain lot or parcel 
situate In the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
and known, numbered and 
designated as property of 
James E. Sadler, "Plat of 
Parcel 'D' and property of 
James E. Sadler as shown 
on Plat of Proparty of 
Copeland and SImpktns 
Development Corporation 
(formerly Ewell Farm)", 
and all unknown parties 
who may be the heirs of the 
said defendants or have an 
Interest In these 
proceedings, whose last 
known post office address 
Is unknown and who are 
made parties detandant by 
the general description of 
"Parties Unknown", 

Defendants. 

Chancery No. 
073-269 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

This suit Is brought 
pursuant to the provisions 
of Section S7-3I.1 of the 
Code Of Virginia of 1950, as 
amended, for the purpose 
of having the remains 
Interred In the abandoned 
grave sites located on 
property of James E. 
Sadler, "Plat of Parcel 'D' 
and Property of James E. 
Sadler as shown on Plat of 
Property of Copeland and 
SImpklns Development 
Corporation (formerly 
Ewell Farm)", recorded In 
the Clark's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the aiy at 
Virginia Beach, Virginia In 
Deed Book 661, at page 336, 
removed to some mora 
suitable, resposltory, by a 
raputa'ble funeral direc- 
tory. In strict accordance 
with the standards of his 
profession, and In a 
manner having the raspact 
for the dead and the sen- 
slbilltlaa of their living 
hairs and next of kin. 

An affidavit havhtg bean 
made and filed that all 
parties respondent ara 
unknown; and that their 
wtiereabeuts are unknown 



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GLIDDEN PAINT CENTER 

7 P.M. to9H)0P.M. 
THURSDAY, MARCH 29th 

1701 BALTIC AVE. (Comar Baltic liVa. Beach Bh«J.) 
Mr. Ray Klint, Rtflkmal Rttail Stk» MwMgir 

will oomluct tha cImb in: 

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raglstar bafora March 29th. This doas not maan you can't 
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HOURS: 7:00 A.M. • SKH) P.M. Mon.-Frl. 
9:00 A.M.- 2:00 P,M. Sat 



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THE 8UM~THUR8DAV. MARCH 31 197^-PAdiE 7 




and i^lr Int and prcMni 
pott efnc* addrns art 
unknown. 

It !• accardlnflly OR- 
DERED and DECREKD 
that tht abovt namad 
ptrsons, tiM lialrt-at-law 
■nd ntxt of kin of: 
LUTHER R. EWEUL, 
JOHN W. EWELL, L.C. 
EWELL, lETSEY 
EWELL, ELIZA A. 
EWELL, MIARY P. 
EWELL, WM. RUPUS 
LANE. ADEALIA LANE 
•nd LUTHER L. LANE, 
unknown partlaa who may 
M intarrad In tha aban. 
dona^ grava aitt* locatad 
on pnwarty of Jamas E. 
Sadlar, "Plat of Parcal '0' 
and Proparty of Jamaa E. 
Sadlar m shown on Plat of 
Preparty of Cepaland and 
SImpklns Dayalopmant 
Corporation (fermarly 
Envall Parm)", and all 
unknawn partlos wtw may 
hava an kitarast In thasa 
precaadlnfls. whosa last 
known poat offico addrass 
Is unknown, and who art 
mada partlao dafandant by 
tha ganaral dascrlptlon of 
"Portias Unknown", do 
appaar wittiln tan (10) days 
aftsr dua publication of ttils 
Ordar, and do what is 
nacassary to protect ttiair 
intarasts. 

And it Is furthar OR- 
DERED that a copy of ttils 
Ordar ba publlshad onco a 
wsak for four succossiva 
waaks in tha Virsmia 
Btach Sun, a nawspapar 
published and having 
gtnaral circulation In ttia 
City of Virginia Baach, 
Virginia, and that a copy 
haraof ba posted at the 
front door of tha Court- 
house of the Circuit Court 
Of the City of Virginia 
. Beach, Virginia. 

JOHN V.FENTRESS, 
CLERK 

BY: PHYLLIS N. 
STYRON, DEPUTY 
James and Consoivo, p.q. 
BY: Donald E. Lee, Jr. 
Attorney 

3221 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23ilS2 

2-22.2»;4-5,12-4t 

NOTICE OP 
PUBLIC HRARINO 

The Virginia Beach 
Board of Zoning Appeals 
will conduct a Publii 
Hearing on Wednesday, 
April 4, IW, at 7:30 p.m. in 
the Municipal ' Court 
Building, upstairs court 
room. City Hall, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. Th& 
following applications wilT 
appear on the agenda. 

I. Eugene Vaughan 
requests a variance of 35 
feet to a IS foot front yard 
setback Instead of 50 feet as 
required (for carport) of 
Lot 4, Block 1, Atlantic 
Park, 1406 Virginia Beach 
Boulj^ard. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

II. Gersal Construction 
Corporation by Salvatore 
Flore requesfs a variance 
of 10 feet to a 40 foot front 

! yard wtback instead of SO 
! feet as required of Lot •«, 
* Sectton 2, Southern. Points, 
General Longstreet Drive. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

lit. David A. O'Connor 
and Jessica A. O'Connor by 
Frank E. Butler, ill 
request a variance for Lot 
A of 2,200 square feet to 
37,100 square feet of lot 
area Instead of 40,000 
square feet and of 10 feet to 
140 feet of lot frontage 
Instead of 150 feet as 
required and on Lot B a 
variance of 2,720 square 
feet to 37,2S0 square feet of 
lot area Instead of 40,000 
square feet as required of 
Site 34, Linkhorn Park, 117 
Linkhbrn Drive. Lynn- 
liaven Borough. 

iV. DeHart Enterprises 
by Roy L. DeHart requests 
a variance of 40 feet to a 30 
foot front yard setback 
Instead of 70 feet as 



required of Lot S, Alanion 
Estataa, Cutty Sark Road. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

XII. Peoples Bank of 
Virginia Baach by E.T. 
Caton, Attemay requests a 
variance of m square Mat 
Of sign arw to 4M square 
feet instead of in square 
feet as allewad and a 
variance of 23 square faet 
per face to 9« souara feat 
instead of 7S square feat 
per face as altowad on a 
free-standing sign of a 
parcel bounded by 
Providence Road and 
Indian River Road, Knob 
Hill, «213 Indian River 
Road. Kempsville 
•orough. 

XIII. L.A. Hoke requests 
a variance of 13 faet to a 2 
foot axtarlor yard setback 
Instead of is feet as 
requlrad of Lot i. Block 9, 
Section D, Cape Henry, 
QIO Ocean Front. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

XIV. Donald E. Warnick 
requests a variance of 5 
feet to a 1 foot side yard 
setbeck Insteed of « feet as 
required of Lot l. Block 4. 
Pocahontas Village, 125 
Narragansett Drive. 
Kempsville Borough. 

XV. James C. Pebworth 
requests a variance of 7.2 
feet to a 42.1 foot front yard 
setback instead of 90 feat as 
required of Lot I, Section l. 
Bey Island, Windward 
Shore Drive. Lynnhaven 
Borough. 

XVI. H.E. Perrel 
requests a variance of 7 
feet to a 3 foot side yard 
setback Instead of 10 feet as 
required (air-condition 
units) of property located 
behind 4(04 Pleasure House 
Court, Lake Bradford 
Apartments. Bayslde 
Borough. 

XVIi. M.J. Wfiier by 
Joseph L. Lyie, Jr. 
requests an appeal from 
the Zoning Administrator's 
Interpretation of Section 3, 
Subsection G (B-1, Retail 
Business District) con- 
cerning allowed uses, I.e. 
motel, hotel and apart- 
ments prohibited of L^ts 3, 
4, S and 6, Block 4, Plat of 
Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Corporation, 4th 
Street and Atlantic 
Avenue. Virglnie Beach 
Borough. 

ALL APPLICANTS 
MUST APPEAR BEFORE 
THE BOARD. 
W.L. Towers 
Secretary 
3-22,29-(2t) 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIRGINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
16th day of March, 1*73, 
Betty Jean Nelson 
Gillespie, Plaintiff, 
against 

Isaac Thomas Gtiiespie, 
Jr., Defendant. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

The oblect of this suit Is 
to obtsin a divorce A 
Mensa En Thoro, later to 
* be merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion?' 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post address being: Day's 
inn. Room 217, l-ts at 
Shallow Ford Road, 
Atlanta, Georgia, It is 
ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
hiterest In this suit. 

JOHN V.FENTRESS 
CLERK 

BY: Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk 

Keilam, Pickrall & Lawlar, 
p.q."* 

First & .Merchants 
National Bank 



Norfolk, Virginia 
requlrad of Old Great Necltrrr^ 3-22,J»;4-S.ia-(4t 

Road 



and Poyner Lane, 
London Bridge, London 
Bridge Shopping Center. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

V. S. Archer Green 
requests a variance of 3 
feet to a 3 foot side yard 
setback Instead of 6 feet as 
required of Lot 2, Block 1*, 
Section E, Cape Henry, 
6408 Ocean Front. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

VI. William L. Heater 
requests a variance of 15 
feet to a 15 foot front yard 
setback instead of 30 feat as 
required and 5 faet to a 10 
foot exterior yard setback 
instead of 15 feet as 
required of Lots 39 and 40, 
BloclLi, Cheaapaaka Park,- 
Ocean View Avenue, 
^yslde Borough. 

VII. wnilam L. Heater 
requests a variance of IS 
feet to a IS foot front yard 
setback Instead of M feet as 
required ^ Lots 9, 10, 32 
and 33, Block 4, 
Chesepeake Park, Ocean 
View Avenue. Bayslde 

BorouiH<- 

VMI. William L. Hester 
reqoests a variance of 15 
feat to a 15 foot front yard 
setback instead of 30 feat as 
required of lets 4, S, *, U 
and 37, Block 4, 
Oiaaapaaka Park, Ocean 
view Avenue. Bayslde 
Borou^. 

IX. William L. Heater 
requests if variance of 15 
feat to a IS foot front yard 
setback instead of 30 feat as 
required of Le4s 7, 1. 34 and 
35. Block «, Ctiesapaoke 
Park, Oceen View Avenue. 
Bayslde Borough. 

X. William L. Heater 
raqueats a variance of IS 
feet to e IS foot front yard 
setback InMasd gf 30 feat as 
raqirtni mom tt, 12, 30 
and ^31, Block «, 
Oiasapeaka Park, Ocaan 
View Avenue. Bayslde 
Barough. 

XI. Or. Manaure 
RaMiama by E-R. Rb«das 
requests a uarlanea of m 
feat to a M (Bat ^mt yard 
setback HiMad of sg feat as 



COMMONWEALTH Of^ 
VIROINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Baach, on tha 
Uth day of March, 1973. 
Diana Jacqueline Throck- 
morton, Plaintiff, 
against 

John Massia Throck- 
morton, Defendant. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be later 
merged into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said dafdndant upon tha 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been mada and filed that 
the defendant la not but 
was a raslilenf of M«e Stafa 
of Virginia, tha last known 
post office address being: 
449 General Booth Blvd., 
Virginia Baach, Virginia, 
and due diligence has been 
used by or on behalf of 
piaintiff to ascertain In 
what county or city ttia 
defandwit is without effect. 
It la ordered ttiat ha do 
appear here wlttim ten (10) 
daya after due publlcatMn 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect nis 
interest in this Mit. 

Acepy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY: Sandra Hargrove, D. 
aerk. 

Bernard 6. Barrow, p.q. 
9SI Lasfcin Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3.g,a9,44,12-Mt) 

CWNMONWIALTN OP 
VIROtlllA 

m the Ctark^ OfflM of 
the C^oilt UvHot MM City 
Of VM^Inla Beech, on the 
iMh dey ef Marciin973, 
Kay Ann MMIen Tucker, 
aka. Plaintiff, 
against 
Paul Edward Tucker, 



ORDER OP 
PUBLICATIOM 



The oblact of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be leter 
merged into a divarca A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon Rie^ 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by or on behalf of the 
Complanant, to ascertain 
In whbt county or cor- 
poration tha defendant Is, 
without effect, the last 
known post office addrass 
being: Old Well Motel, 1109 
Diamond Springs Road, 
Va. Beach, va., it is or- 
dered thet he do appear 
here within 10 (ten) days 
affar dua publication 
hereof, end do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
Interest In this suH, 

A copy-Testa: 
JOHN v. FENTRESS: 
CLERK -^ 

BY : Sandre Hargrove, D. 
Clerk. 

Coffman li Coffman, p.q. 
4999 ClevMand St. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3-23,29;4-S,13-(4t) 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
19th day of March, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
Carol A. Johnson, Plaintiff, 
against 

Harry E. Johnson, Jr., 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Code 40, Recruit Training 
Center, Orlando, Florida. 

It Is ordered thet he do 
a0peer here within ten (10) 
days affer due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
Interest in this sut. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

James P. McGeeIn 
4314C Virginia Beach 
Boulevard 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3-22,29-45,12 - 4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIROINIA 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
7th day of March, 1973. 
William Russell Fletcher, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Jeen Riggs Fletcher, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be later 
merged Into a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
UNKNOWN, it is ordered 
,that she do appear here 
within ten (lO) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest In 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
JOHN V.FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY : Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk 

Woodruff H. Griffin, p.q. 
210 Laskin Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
•3-15,22,29;4-5(4t) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIROINIA 

in the Cierk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
7th day of March, 1973. 
Ciintora Askew, Piaintiff, 
against 

/Moke Askew, Defendant. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
tha grounds of continuous 
separation for over two 
years. 

And an affidavit having 
been mada and filed thet 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
710 Partridge Avenue, 
Chesapeake, Virginia, and 
that due diligence has been 
used by and on t>ehaif of the 
piaintiff to ascertain In 
what coimty or corporation 
me defendant is, without 
effect, not resident of the 
State of Virginia, it Is or- 
dered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due pubiicetlon 
hereof, end do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
Interagi in this suit. 

Acopy Teste: 
JOHNV. I=ENTRESS: 

CLERK 

BY: SANDRA HARGROVE 
D. Clerk. 

Beshara I, Hubbard, p.q. 
Board of Trade Bidg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 

3-15.22;29;4S-(4t) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIROINIA 

' In the Cierk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
7th day of March, 1973. 
Ralph Alan Fuentes, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Ann Newbaker FiMntes, 
Oafendant. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

The oblact of this suit is 

la abtain a divorce A Mesa 

Et There to be later 



merged Into e divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
the said defandent, upon 
the grounds e( desertion. 

And an affMavIt having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant Is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, tha last known 
post office address being: 
3940 Bess Rood, 
Jacksonville, Florida, it Is 
ordered that she da appeer 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication 
hereof, and da what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest In this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
JOHN V.FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY: Sandra Hargrove, D. 
Clerk. 

Ansell, Butler & Cenada, 
p.q- 

433« Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

3-1S,22,29;4-S-(4t) 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIROINIA 

In the Clerk's Office ef 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
Sth day of March, 1973. 
Mary Gold Herron Bryan, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Bennie Ernest Bryen, 
Defendenl. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is 
for the said piaintiff to 
obtain an annulment from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of fraudulently 
and decelffuliy falling to 
consummate the subject 
marriage. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being 
Box 271, Orangedaie Route, 
Green Cove Springs, 
Florida, it is ordered that 

?e do eppear here within 10 
ten) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest In this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
JOHN V.FENTRESS, 
CLERK. 

Phyllis N. Styron, Deputy 
Clerk 

Mr. Glenn B. McCianan, 
Atty., p.q. 
5180 Bonney Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
305,22,29,4 5 (4t) 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF. VIRGINIA 
BEACH 

in the matter of: 
ADOPTION AND 
CHANGE OF NAME OF A 
CHILD TO BE NAMED 
KRiSTEN MARA HARRIS 
CHANCERY NO. C 73 72 A 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

This day came the 
petitioners and 
represented unto the Court 
that the object of this 
proceeding is to effectuate 
the adoption of the above 
named Infant by Thomas 
Arthur Harris and Doreen 
Carmen Narelie Huise 
Harris, husband and wife, 
and to change me name of 
said Infant to Kristen Mara 
Harris. 

An affidavit having been 
made and filed mat the 
petitioners verily state mat 
the natural father of said 

child, Alexander Beeth 
Hulse, Jr., Is not a resident 
of the State of Virginia, his 
last known post office 
address being 17 Brown 
Place, Red Bank, New 
Jersey 07701 ; it Is therefore 
ORDERED that he appear 
before this Court within ten 
days after publication of 
mis order and indicate his 
attitude toward the 
proposed adoption or 
otherwise do what is 
necessary to protect his 
interests herein. 

It Is further ORDERED 
mat the foregoing portion 
of this order be published 
once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks, in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in Tidewater 
Virginia. 

James M. Hubbard, Esp. of 
Bashara & Hubbard 
100 Board of Trade 
Building 
Norfolk, Virglnie 23510 

315,22,29;4.5.(4t) 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

VIRGINIA: 

In the circuit court of the 
city of Virginia Beach on 
the 9th day of March, 1973. 
in the matter of the 
adoption of Jason Monroe 
Kerrick and change of 
name to Jason Antony 
Terry 

IN CHANCERY 
N0.73-a4l2-A 

THIS DAY came the 
petitioners and represented 
unto the Court that tt»e 
object of this proceed^g is 
to effectuate the ad<vfion 
of the above-nemed in- 
dividuei by f^^^rgarat Staen 
Terry and Theodore Oliver 
Terry, husband and wife, 
and to change the name of 
said Infant to Jason An-, 
many Terr, an affidavit 
having been made and filed 
that the petitioners verily 
state that the netural 
perwts of seW child are 
not residents of the State of 
Virginia, their last known 
post office address being 
IMS St. Peui Street, 
Baltimore, Maryland, it is 

ORDERED that they 
appear before this Court 
within 10 days after 
publication of this order 
and indicate their affitude 
toward the proposed 
adoption or otherwise Oo 
what is necessary ta 
protect their intersts 
herein. 



It Is further ORDERED 
that the foregoing portion 
ef this order be published 
once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks In the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper havhtg general 
circulation In the 
Tidewater Virginia aree. 
ENTER this day of March, 
1973. 

A C^y Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
I ASK FOR THIS: 

WINSTON 0. SNIDER, 
Atty. 

5109 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
ve. Beechh, Va. 
3-15,2a,29.4-S-4T 

ORDER OP * 
PUBLICATION 

Cemmenwaaith of 
Virginia. 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court ef the City 
of Virginia Bea^ on the 
13th day of March, 1973. 
Nancy J. James, Plolntiff 
against 

Keith P. James. Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit is 
to oobtein a diverce A 
Vinculo Mah'imonll from 
me said defandent, upon 
tha grounds ef desertion on 
Jenuary II, 1972. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the State ef 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being : 
6401 130th Street, Ed 
monton. Alberta, Canda. 

it is ordered that he do 
appear hare within ten (10) 
days after due oubllcetlon 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in mis suit. 
A copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENRESS: 
CLERK 

By: Sandra Hargrove D. 
Clerk 

Decker ft Zoby 
900 Plaza One 
Nortolk, Virginia 

3,15,22,29,4-5-4T 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH. ON THE 12TH 
DAY OF MARCff, 1973 

in Chaacary 
No. C7S-229 

LOUISE KRUTMAN, 
IRENE KR UTMAN 
CONSTANTINE, 
FLORENCE J. KRUT 
MAN 

ROSE GRUNEISEL 
SCOTTO, end 
THOMAS TAMBURiNO, 
complainants, 
vs 

RICHARD F. BROUDY, 
Individually; 

RICHARD F. BROUDY, 
Alleged Executor of the 
Alleged Last Will and 
Testament of Anthony J. 
Gruneisei, deceased, 4421 
Hermitage Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
MITCHELL DEAN 
BROUDY, 4431 Hermitage 
Road, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia; and 
STEVEN LEE BROUDY. 
4421 Hermitage Road, 
Virginia Beech, Virglnie; 
and 

RENEE SCHRIEBER, 
3714 Beechwood Drive, 
Feirfax, Virginia; and 
MARY VALENTINE, 3705 
Pioneer Avenue, Nortolk, 
Virginia; and 
ELIZABETH JOHNS, 1460 
BrIarciiff Point, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; 
VERNON VALENTINE, 
2705 Pioneer Avenue, 
Nortolk, Virginia; and 
LAWRENCE JOHNS, 1460 
Briarcliff Point, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
MARY HOPHEIMER, 4333 
WIshort Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
BERT CHASE, 5231 West 
Lake Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
INA M. BROUDY, 4421 
Hermitage Road, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia; and 
ANITA CHASE, 5221 West 
Lake Road. Virginia 
Baach, Virginia; and 
JEAN WALLACE, Address 
Unknown; and 
PARTIES UNKNOWN, 
Datondants. 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

The oblect of this suit'ls 
to Impeech the Last Will 
and Testament of Anthony 
J. Gruneisei, probated In 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, on me 7th day of 
April, 197lt upon a hearing 
devlsevit vel non, upon the 
grounds of testamentary 
incapacity-en* "Irau* and 
inducement, the com- 
plainants having asked for 
a hearing by jury. 

And an affidavit having 
been mada and signed mat 
JEAN WALLACE, Address 
Unknown, is a non-resident 
of me State of Virginia, and 
mat there are or may be 
other persons interested in 
me subject mattor of this 
suit, ail of whose names 
and last known post office 
addraasas are unknown, 
and ttiey are made parties 
defendant to this suit under 
general designation 
"Parties Unkno*imy. 

It is hereby ORDERED 
that this Order of 
Publlcetion be published 
once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
neM4»aper published In me 
City of Virglnie Beech, 
Virglnie. 
A ttpy Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, 
Clerk 

By: Phyllis N. Styron 
Deputy Clerk 
Mattox, Sonde! A Young, 

p.q- 

Post Office Box 960 
Portsmouth, Virginia 23705 
3-1S,22,294-S-4t 



Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of me City 
ef Virginia Bach, on the 
2tth day ef February, 1973. 

ORDER op' 
PUBLICATON 



Malay LaVelle Nugent, 

Plaintiff. 

agelnst 

Barbara Ann Nugent, 

Datondant. 

Tha oblect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro, to be merged upon 
proper epplicatton Into a 
divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from me said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit been 
mada and filed that the 
defendant Is a non-resident 
of me Stato of Virginia, the 
lest known post offico 
addrass being: 10219 
Normandy Boulevard,' 
Jacksonville, Fiorlde 23331 

it is ordered that 
she do eppear. bore 
wimin ten (10) deys affer 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protoct her Intorest in 
this suit. 

Murphy, Bennett A Gorry 
3330 Pacific Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentrees, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy, Clerk 

3 8,15,22,29-4T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in me Clerk's Office of 
me Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on me 
26m day of February, 1972. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Lure Kay Hoffman, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Peter Michael Hoffman, 

Defendant. 

The object of mis suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et more from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thet 
due diligence has 
been used by or in- 
behalf of the complainant 
to ascertein In which 
county or corporation the 
defendant Is without effect, 
me last known post office 
address being: 304-23rd 
Street, Virglnie Beach, 
Virginia. 

It is ordered thet 
he do eppear here 
wimin ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest In 
this suit. 
Oslo H..ay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy-Teste: 
John V. Feiftress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk 

3-8,15,22,29.4T 

Commonweeith of 
Virginia, 

in me Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of me City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
28th day of. February, 1973. 
ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
Venola L. LIzut, Piaintiff, 
against 

Otto Henry LIzut, Defen- 
dant. 

The object of this suit Is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from me said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of two years 
continuous separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed mat 
me defendant Is a non- 
resident of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
P.O. Box 24, Newperk, 
Pennsylvania 17352. 

it is ordered that 
he do appear here 
within ten (10) days affer 
due publication 'hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his Interest in 
this suit. 

Brydges, Broyles & 
McKenry 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy— Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy, Clerk 

38,15,22.294T 

Commonwealth of 
Virginia, 

in the Cierk's Office of 
me Circuit Court of me City 
of Virginia Baach, on me 
27m day of February, 1973. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 

Katharine R. Johnson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

James D. Johnson, Jr., 

Defendant. 

The object of mis suit Is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Mensa Et Thoro to be leter 
merged into e divorce A 
vincuto Matrimonii from 
me said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affldevit having 
been maito and flTed tHat 
the defendant is not a 
resident of me State of 
Virginia, the last known 
pest office address being: 
Rear 993 Perry Highwey, 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvenie. 

Not resident of the State 
of Virginia, it is ordered 
that he do appaar Mrt 
wimin ten (10) days affer 
due publication hereof, and 
de what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
ttiis suit. 
Robert Cromwell 
P.O. Box 5533 
VirglnA Beech, VA 
A copy-Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

By: Sendre Hargrove, 
D. Clerk 

3-8,lS,2a,29.4T 



Commonwealtb ef 
Virginia, 

m tha Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of me City 

ef Vrlglnia Beach, on ma 

1st day ef Merch, 1973. 

ORDER OP 

PUBLICATION 

Jock Edwin Pringle, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Ruth Ann Pringle, 

Defendent. 

The oblect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
cuto matrimonii from tha 
said defendant upon ma 
grounds of hao (2) years 
continuous seperetlon. 

And en affidavit having 
been mode and filed that 
tha defendent is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last knewn 
post office address being : 
415-1 1th Aenue, Juniati', 
Aitoona, Pennsylvania 
16401. 

It Is ordered that' 
she do appaar here 
within ten (10) days affar 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may ba necessary 
to protect her Intorest In 
this suit. 

Brydges, Broyles ft 
Mcenry 

1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, 
Deputy Clerk 

3-8,15,22,29 4T 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIROINIA 

in me Clerk's Office of 
the C ircuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on me 
Sth day of March, 1973. 
Ann E. Davis Moyer, 
Piaintiff, 
against 

John W. Moyer, Defendant. 
ORDER-OP 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce A 
Vinculo Matrimonii from 
me said defendant, upon 
me grounds of hvo year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made end filed that 
me defendent is not e 
resident of me State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
Route 1, Box 63, 4th 
Avenue, Selby On The Bay, 
Edgewater, Maryland, It Is 
ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due pubiicetlon 
hereof, end do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
Interest In mis suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
JOHN V.FENTRESS: 
CLERK 

BY: LydIa Hargrove, D. 
Clerk. 

Janet Burt, p.q. 
1369 Leskin Rd. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 

3-8,15,22,29(41) 

VIRGINIA: 

In the Circuit Court of m4 
City of Virginia Beach on 
me 27th dey of February, 
1973. ■ 

IN THE MATTER OF: 
Petition of WILLIAM 
WELLINGTON CHARL 
TON, JR. for me adoptton 
of KIMBERLY ANNE 
BOOTH, and far a 
Change of name of said 
child to KIMBERLY 
ANNE CHARLTON. 
ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 
C-73-163-B 

The object of this 
proceeding Is the adoption 
of KIMBERLY ANNE 
BOOTH, minor daughtor of 
Sarah Boom Chariton and 
Jerry Don Lance, and 
change of name from 
Kimbarty Anna Booth to 
Kimberiy Anne Chariton; 
consent to said proceeding 
by the said Jerry Don 
Lance being required by 
Section 63.1 225 Of the 
Code of Virginia as 
amended. AND an af- 
fidavit having been made 
and filed in this proceeding 
mat Jerry Don Lance is not 
a resident of this state and 
his last known address was 
c-o University of Alabama 
Dental School, Bir- 
mingham, Alabama. On 
consideration whereof. It Is 
ordered that tha said Jerry 
Don Lance appear within 
ten days of the due 
publication hereof, and do 
what is necessary to 
protect his interest herein. 

ENTER: 
A Copy Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, DC. 
i ask tor this: 
C. Clark Lester 
3-8,1S.22,29-4T 

VIROINIA 
IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE 

JUVENILE AND 
DOMESTIC RELATIONS 
COURT OF THE CITY OF 
VIRGINIA BEACH, ON 
THE 5th DAY OF March, 

1973. 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

In re Richard Daniel 
b.Hohnar _ 

^ ORDER 0# 

PUBLICATION 

The object of this 
proceeding is to seperate 
me above named infant, 
child 9t Charloffa GlWon 
and Raymond Hohner, 
permanently from Its 
paranto, and to commit 
said infant to the care and 
custody of tbe Vtrftnla 
Beach Department of 
Socle i Services wim «»e 
right of seW agency to 
consent to the infant's 
adoption. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Charloffa Olbsen end 
Raymand Hohner are 
proper perties to this 
proceeding; but due 
diligence has been used to 
ascertain in artiat county or 



corporetien they ere, 
without effect, it is OR 
DERED that Charlotte 
Olbsen end Raymond 
Hotwer do eppeer here 
within ten days attor due 
publlea'tlen hereof, end do 
what may be neceaaary to 
protect ttteir Intorest In mis 
suit. 

A COPY TESTE: 
OERALD F.WILLIAMS, 
CLERK 

ElizabathE.Hjinle)( 

Deputy Clerk. 

Jeanne F. Gilding, 

Department of Social 

Services 

(Petitioner) 

34,15.22.29(41) 

VIROINIA 

IN THE CLERK'S 
OFFICE OF THE CIR- 
CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIROINIA ' 
BEACH ON THE 2ND DAY 
OF MARCH, 1973 
DOROTHEA CAPPS 
LOM CAPPS POLK 
Complainants, 

NAPOLEON 
BONAPARTE CAPPS 
INEZ CAPPS HYMAN 
RICHARD CAPPS 
HERBERT CAPPS 
ARMELITA CAPPS 
WILLS 

DAVID CAPPS, JR. 
VIVIAN CAPPS DAVIS 
MARION CAPPS DAVIS 
HELEN CAPPS 
ROBERSON 

Defendento. 

IN CHANCERY 

NO. C73^ 

ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 

The object of the ebove 
styled suit is to pertitlon 
real property locatad In me 
City of Virginia Beech, 
Virglnie and commonly 
known and numbered as 
104 S. BIrdneck Road, 
Virginia Beech, Virginia. 
It appearing by affidavit 
filed according to law that 
David Capps, Jr. and 
Vivian Capps Davis, 
defendants herein, are non; 
residents of the Com^ 
' monwedfth of Virginia, it Is 
merefore ORDERED thet 
me said David Capps, Jr. 
and Vivian Capps Davis do 
appear within 31 days after 
due pubiicetlon of this 
order In the Clerks Office of 
me said Court and do what 
Is necessary to protect 
meir respective Interests. 
And it is further OR 
DERED that this order be 
published once a week for 
tour successive weeks In 
me Virginia Beech Sun, e 
newspaper published In the 
City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia. 

A Copy Teste: 

John V. Fenh'ess, Clerk 

By J.Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Murphy, Bennett ft Goery 

3330 Pacific Avenue 

Va. Beach, Va. 

3-8,15,22,29(41) 

VIRGINIGA: 

In the Circuit Court of me 
City Of Virginia Beach on , 
me 28th day of February,. 
1973. 

LAURALEE CHANDLER 
DUNN 
■vs- 

WILLIE THOMAS 

GARRISON, et als. 

IN CHANCERY 

DOCKET NO. 16815 

ORDER OP 

PUBLICATION 

The object of mis suit Is 
to eftoct partition among 
me owners, by sole or 
omerwise, of certain reel 
property, containing fiffy 
(50) acres more or less, 
located In Pungo Borough, 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, and 
known as Route No. 3 Box 
3006-A Mill Landing Road, 
(fronting 1,600 feet more or 
less thereon), which Is 
more fully described In a 
deed dated March 34, 1915, 
h'om W.A. Capps and Alice 
V Capps. husband and 
wife, to William Lee 
Gerrison and recorded In 
me Clerk's Office of me 
Circuit Court of the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
In Deed Book 97, pege 204, 
of which William Lee 
Garrison, died seized and 
poiiaiiad. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed thet 
Guy Garrison Chandler, if 
he be living, is not a 
resident of this State and 
that his last known post 
office address is 527 Norm 
98m Street, Mesa, Arizona 
8S201; and an affidavit 
having been made and filed 
met here are persons who 
may hava an interest In 
mis subject matter to be 
divided who are not 
residents of mis State, end 
whose names and last 
known addresses are 
Sylvia Churka, 5641 Eddy 
Street, Chicago, Illinois 
60634; Richard Dwayne 
Chandler, 5641 Eddy 
Street, Chicago, Illinois 
60634; and Inez Lea 
Chandler, 527 North 9ath 
Street, Mese, Arizona 
85201 island that me bill 
having been amended to 
stato mat mere are or may 
baoher persons Interested 
in the subject maffer to be 
divided whose names are 
unknown and making mem 
parties Defendant by me 
.generei description of 
Perties Unknown end an 
affidavit havrng been made 
and filed that they are 
unknown, such unknown 
parties being ma widow, 
heirsi devises and sue- 
cMsef s in titto of Guy 
Garrison Chandler, who 
leff his home in Mesa, 
AriMna In April, 1971, and 
has not been heerd from 
since. 

It is ORDERED that toe 
nonresident Defendants, 
Guy Garrison Chandler, 
Sylvia Churka, Jtlchard 
Dwayne Chandler, Inez 
Lea Chandler, and ttw said 



parsons made Defendento 
by the gwiarai description 
of Forties Unknown do 
appear wimin ten deys 
after due publication of this 
ori^ and do what Is 
necessary fb protect his 
Interests. ' 

It Is further ORDERED 
mat the foregoing portion 
of this order be published 
once a week for four suc- 
cessive weeks In The 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper published in me 
City of Virginia Beach; 
Virginia. 
A Copy Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtis Fruit, O.C. 
I ask tor this: 
Robert L. Simpson, 
Esquire 

Enter: 

34,15.2j,294T_ 



VIRGINIA: 

In me Clerk's Office of 
the Juvenile end Domestic 
Relations Court of me CItV 
of Virginia Beach, on ma 
27th day of Februery, 1973. 
COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 

in re Baby Girl Van- 
Frank 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The oblect of this 
proceeding Is to seperate 
me above named Infant, 
child of Judim VanFrank, 
permanently from Its 
parent, parents, or 
guardian and to commit 
said Infant to the" care artd 
custody of the Virginia 
Beach Department of 
Social Services with the 
right of said agency to 
consent to the infant's 
adoption. 

An an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Ray Taylor Is a proper 
perty to this proceed irtg; 
but due diligence has been 
used to ascertain In what 
county or corporation he is, 
without effect. It Is OR- 
DERED mat Ray Taylor 
do appear here within ten 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
Interest In this suit. 
A COPY TESTE: 
Gerald F. Williams, Clerk 
Elizabeth C. Hurley, 



Deputy Clerk 






Barbara J. 


Price, 


D,S,S. 


(Petitioner) 








3 15,22,29 4T 



COMMONWEALTH DP 
VIROINIA f 

In me Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on me 
21st day of February, 1973. 
Charlene Adkins Poole, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Raymond Wllburn Poole, 
Jr., Defendant. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
me defendant Is a non- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the lest known 
post office address being: 
Route 1, Cross Plain, 
Tennessee 37049. 

It Is ordered that 
he do appear here 
within after due 

publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his Interest In mis 
suit, 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Owen, Guy, Rhodes ft Betz, 
28 1 Independence 
Boulevard 

Virginia Beech, Virginia 
31,8,15,22-41 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIROINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
me Circuit Court of me City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
20th day of February, 1973. 
James Lutrell Richardson, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Virginia P. Pannell 

Richardstm, Defendant. 

ORDEROF 

PUBLICATION 

The object of mis suit Is 
to obteln a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from me 
said defertdant upon the 
grounds of two years 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
me defendant Is a non- 
resident of the State ol 
Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
939 Coast Boulevard, 
Lajoia, California. 

It Is ordered 

that sh^ do appeer 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication 
hereof, artd do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest in mis suit. 

A copy Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Brydges, BroVles ft 
McKenry, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beech, Virginia 
jAtl.8fi5.2a4t 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIROINIA 

in me Cierk's Office of 
' - the C^tuU Court of the City 
of Virginia Beech, on the 
21st day of February, 1973. 
Richard E. LIsenby, 
Plaintiff* 
against 

Valerie D. LIsenby, 
Detondent. 

ORDEROF 
PUBLICATION 

The object of mis suit is* 
to obteln a divorce a mensa 
et more from the said 
defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made end Hied met 
me defendant is a non- 
resident of the State of 



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Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
No. 40 4tti Avenue, New 
London, Connecticutt 
0*320. 

■If if ordered tt»at she 
do appear here wittiln ten 
(10) days afterC due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her Interest in this 

suit. 

A copy Teste; 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By. J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clerk. 

Cox, Cox (< Cox 
151S Atlantic Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3-1,«,15,M4t 

COMMONWKALTH OF 
VIROINIA 

In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
23rd day of February, 1973. 
Pater F. Buono, Plaintiff, 
against 

Juanlta Buono, Defendant. 
« ORDmOP 

PUBLICATION 

The oblect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said 
defendant upon the 
grouhds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by or in behalf of the 
complainant to ascertain in 
what county or corporation 
the defendant, Juanlta 
Buono, is residing, but 
without eHect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 605 Bishop Court, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 

It it ordered that tiie do 
appear here within ten (10),. 
days after due .publl|:ation 
haraaf . and do what may be 
naceasary to protect her 
interatt in this suit. 

A copy -Testa: 
John V, Fentraas, Clerk 
By. J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clark 

Bashara & Hubbard, p.q. 
Board of Trade BuUding 
Norfolk, Virginia 

3-l,«,15,22-4t 

COMMONWEALTH OP 
VIRtftlilA 

In ftie Clark's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, en ttie 
23rd day ef February, 1973. 
Staphan Howard Walker, 
Plaintiff, 
aoaimt " 

Linda Diana Walker. 
Dafandant. 

OROBR OF 
PUBLICATION 

The oblect of Mils suit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et tlioro to be later merged 
Into a decree of divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant upon the 
grounds of desertion as of 
September 12, 1972, or « 
divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii on tlie grounds 
of adultery as the avidanca 
may disclose. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed 
that the defendant due 
dllligence has been 
used by or in behalf of the 
complainant to ascertain in 
which City or County the 
defendant is without Mfcct, 
the last known post office 
address being: 1311 Pine 
Cone Circle, Apt. 101, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
It Is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten ( 10) 
days after due publication 
tiereof , and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
Interest In this suit. 

A copy Teste: 

John V. Fentreu, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 

Clerk. 

Boyce & Spanoulis, p.q. 
1Q5 N. Plaza Trail 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
3 1,0,15,22-41 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA 
' In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
23rd day of February, 1973. 
David Richard Brown, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Paulette Brown, Defen- 
dant. 

ORDER OF 
PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant upon the 
grounds of two year 
separation as provided in 
th« Code of Virginia, 1950, 
as amended. 

And an affidavit having 
^en made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
< resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last knwwn 
post office address being : 
3M South Johnson Sh-eet, 
Urbana, Illinois. 

It is ordered that 
aha do aspcar here 
within ten (It) days 
aHer due publication 
hereof, and do wrtiat may bt 
nKmumry t« pretact her 
MtoraM M »la wan. 

Acepy-Teate: 

jehn V. PeMraas, Oark 

By: J. Curtis Fr«lt, Oe^ity 

C^^k. — 

Undarwoad, Byrd, Dins 

mmn A CvMa 

. 4MB Hay|o«« Mad 

VNVtoia ^mth, VM^MM 

314,15.23-41 




COMMONWEALTH 
VIRGINIA, 

in the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
20th day of February, 1973. 
ORDER OP 
PUBLICATION 
^\l\\^ Harper Milburn, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

William H. Milburn, 
Defendant. 

The obiect of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of separation for a 
period of over two (2) 
years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a 
resident of the state of 
Virginia, the last known 
post office being City of 
New York, New York. 

It Is ordered that he 6& 
appear here within 10 days 
after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect hia 
Interest in this suit, 
A copy-Teste: JOHN V. 
FENTRESS 

Linda Noel Hill D, Clerk. 
Izaak D. Glasser 
4211 E, Indian River Ro«d 
Chesapeake, Va. 

3 1,8,15,22-4t 

LEOAL NOTICE 

EHactive Jan. 1st, 1973, 
PAUL N. SUTTON is no 
longer the owner and 
operator of PAUL'S 
SHELL SERVICE located 
at 3909 Virginia Beach 
Blvd. and will not be 
rospDnsibie for any debts 
Incurred as of this data. 

PAUL N.SUTTON 
WITNESS: 
Soni4r« L. Stevens 

3-1,8, 15,22(4f) 

COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on the 
21st day of February, 1973. 
Eiiffane W< Powers, 
PiBtntlH, 
against 

Pamela Holloman Powers, 
Defendant. 

ORDER OF 

PUBLICATION 

Tha obiect of this suit is 

to olftain a divorce a vin- 

.C)*te matrimonii from the 

SilM 'defendant upon the 

0r*yrMls of having lived 

s^jHirate and apart without 

any cohabitation and 

without interruption for 

more than two years. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been used 
by or In behalf of the 
complainant to ascertain In 
what county or corporation 
the defendant is without 
effa«t~the last known post 
office address being: 2907 
Elbyrne Drive, 
ChMapeake, Virginia. 

It Is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 

A copy-Teste: 
John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy 
Clark. 

Rlxey A Rixey 
1000 Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Virginia 

3-1,8,15,22-41 



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1— PERSONAL NOTICES 




3M BRAND ALARMS 
fli yow sacarity 
needs and your budyet 
CM SS7-S400 

!«narrwATCH security 

SYSIEMS 



S -SPECIAL SERVICES 



MAGIC SHOWS Par- 
ties, Club meetings, 
luncheons, etc. 
Reasonable. Call 340 0297, 
after S p.m. 



WAWt» M-MQustmUU 1 io-jm » uim.m 



TYPlNG-ln my home. 
Resumes, term papers, 
letters, envelopes, forms. 
424USA. 



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— Sell your home fast with 
a Sun Classified Adi Call 
4li-3433. 




FREELANCE 
PHOTOGRAPHY 

7 yean experience 

CALL 
429-2097 




l-IUNIHiMI A6I 



— S-SPECIAL SERVICES 



BABYSITTER — 5 days, 
preferably my home. 2 
children, 5 and 1 years. 
Please call after 6 p.m., 
4S6 65«1. (Bow Creek Blvd.) 

HOUSEKEEPER - Live 
in, 6 days week, 2 children 
age 15 and 11. Plaza area. 
340 8353 or 4S«-5S19. 

MAID Afternoons. For Day 
Care Center. Call 42S-«56S 
for appointment. 



KINGS GRANT - 

Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2<>4 
bath ranch. Swimming pool 
enclosed with redwood 

„iM ■■ '-"'•■ Call Joe or Grace 

• INTTMICnONr Robinson, 464-4839. We 
Trade. Higglngs Realty, 
Inc. 0640*}. 



DAVE A NANCY - WE 
LOVE YOU, WE MISS 
YOU VERY MUCH. THE 
GANG. 



SHARON DAWN AN- 
DERSON — Age 3 — I luv 
my daddy, God Mass him. 

. , ■ ■ .1,1. . , .1 ^ 1 1 1 ^^. 

Happy Blrthd*y OMr 
Pltrone Clan. 



Keith and Brace. Thiifriui 
for finding BKie JHs 9«|Mt'i 
home. Marian A On^QN^ 



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CANDY THE CLOWN 
Available; Birthdays, 
Promotionals and Grand 
Openings. Call 587 3697 or 
423 4689. 

CUSTOM SLIPCOVERS- 
DRAPERIES Free 
Estimates. Reasonable 
Rates. Call 425 1406. 

HEY GIRLS Try the 

famous Sculptress Custom 
; fitted bra. Can 499 6256 

JNCOME'TAX SERVICE 
State and Federal. 340 9791. 

INCOME TAX SERVICE 
Licensed. Mr. Bllck, 464- 



"OPPORTUNITY" 

Four ladies a aeJed immadl- 
alely for lavnal job opM- 
ii^ $6ia moathly. CiM 
499-2763 for an appotat- 
ment 



AEROBATICS FLIGHT 
INSTRUCTION — Im 
proves safety, builds 
confidence, and increases 
proficiency; for In- 
^mation call 420-«5$4. 

BATON LESSONS — 
Starting Apr. 7th. Ages 5 
thru 12. $1. per class hour, 
S2. private. 340-4205. 

VOICE LESSONS — ' 
Beginners, advanced.^ 
James Moirrisson, 428- 
0587. 




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i— MitfWAi«Ti&.iin/y 



GRIMES MUSC SCHOOL 

GUITAR CLASSES 
In P«nl»oke Ana 

Stadente Tsa^t la Saadi 
ORNips Acooeding io A|ei 

499-1428 



Uh-MJi- WRUHSIMP 



CAPTAIN MAGNIPftilttT 
is baslMna Iff tttf ^R.'at 
Hlftoo Haad ieiaad M*. 
week-aad. faf Yaur JiaarT ' 
out captain Sweetie. < 



Happy Dirthday Maria an(|. 
Eva. Mom and Dad plu« 
SAGRMTW. 



ROBIN — waicamrittHiha 
group. WoT* prou«l ID liava 
you as one of the "(yawy*« 
girls- 



INCOME TAX 
>hone 499 1419 



SERVICE 
— 587-8227 



. ■ i| f . '' 
JOYCE — Hwrry ujlf j«*ifr^l4«. 
get hrad «l '^trllit'-w*-'^ 
honial Sandi*. - ' *fi" T 



Maintenance ser 
VICE — Complete, car- 
peting, painting, ianltorial, 
commercial and 
residential. 420-6169 or 497 
9NS. 

PIANO TUNING - Ken 
VInlng. Pianos antiqued. 
4*4-6166. 

;4EWING - All types. 
Reasonable prices. 588 



Pleasant Indoor Work. 
Casual dress and long hair 
permissable. Dial 428-5940. 

MENll WOMEN (AGE 20 
120) to earn SlOO $1000 per 
month part time. In own 
home. 4866035. 

SWIMMING POOL MGR. 
8i Life Guard Staff for 
College Park Community 
Pool Water Safety In- 
struction required. 424- 
2010. 



SIVLES TRAINEES 
Rcg«rdlni o* your pMt wock 
iMickground, «« >n«y kt aMi to 
ir«ln vau *ar l «e«H«lt tl i w nlw 
,UWW MwifMv M >t*H. C*i 
4M ru 



^TATTERS the Clown Of TV, 

„*,..„.,M!iM,.^ 'circus. Available for 
FUNNY FACE -*.08J»^'*, p arties, shows. 



thaae days 



DEL, DAWN A KELtY - 
Friday night waa fun, toM 
do It again. D(ane A Rldt.> 



W*f'^ -promotions, etc. Magic, 
-*#■«*•: balloon animals, good 

«lean comedy. Reasonable. 

547-4714 a«ter 5. 



pMna 



OFFICE HOWS 

MONDAY 1HR0UGH 
FRIMY 

8:30 am. to 5 psa. 
OPEN SATURDAYS 
S^OanLto 



The Drapery Factory, 457 

«. Lynnhaven Rd. 486 5207. 

■THE PEMBROKE 
J».UPPETS - Are now 
available for Birthday 
Parties. Special Events, 
etc. Children and Adult 
entertainment. 497 4141, 
4*7 0987. 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
ipHIMNEY Sweep and 
fireplace r epa ir 
irireplaces designed, built 
an'd rebuilt. Dampers 
installed and repaired. 
Guaranteed to stop 
smoking. Call 428 7350 
night or day. 



SMJESPBIPLE 



Pull or part-time, no 
ntce%Mrt. High eemmliiloBO. For ■ 
confWonliol nmryiow, contoct Mr. 
Stftctdand, 4W nSB. 



Come Join Our World! 

Work at your convoniance 
Vou dacida what you'n 
worthi For appointment 
call 497-8S7S. 



J4Ttt. ST . — » * 3 bedroom 
furnished apartments, 
summer or /early. 421- 
5137. 

11 HOtilll . MMWfcMUMP 

ARAGONA VILLAGE — 3 
bedrooms, 1 t>ath, carport, 
utility room, living room, 
dining room, large kitchen, 
stove; nke yard. Available 
Apr. 1. S160. Call 497-5634 
aflar 6 p.m. 

LAUREL COVE — 4 
bedroom, 2Vi bath, i car 
garage. All axtfas.; 4350. 
par nwnth.' 

Jt».»MOUIg . PUHWUMID " 

iBAYLAICE l^«*ES — ♦ 
badreoms, 2 baths, den; 
cenft-ai air conditioning. 
May 1. 8275. month. 464- 
M76. 



31— opi^icE.. : 

D1>K .«PACE 

PRIME OFFICE SPACE 
New space available in 
modern. SUN building at 
138 S. Rosemont Rd. next 
to Expressway. Large and 
smalt unit for several 
oHlce use, ready for you. 
Call 486 3430. 



KINGS ARMS - 853-2 S. 
Clubhouse Rd. 3 bedroom 
townhouse, all the niceties. 
By owner. 4M-^97. 

KINGS FOREST - 
Transferred, must sell. 4 
bedroom, 2</i bath, 2 story 
Colonial. Owner, 340-5519. 
No agents. 

LAKEVIEW SHORES- 3 
bedrooms, garage. Owner 
4837 Bromfleld Ave., 4S6- 
1715. 

LAUREL COVE - 5 
bedrooms, 2</^' baths, ex- 
tras. By owner, no agents. 
June occupancy. Assume 
VA or refinance con- 
ventional. 486-1918. 

PLYMOUTH PARK — 3 
bedroom ranch, fenced; 
near schools. Call Andy 
Woodr 3 40 686 i. wa Trada. 
Higglns Realty, Inc. 486- 
4041. 

PRINCESS AN^NE PLAZA 

— Colonial 4 bedroom, 3V^ 
bath, 3 car attached 
garage; fireplace; fenced. 
Call Jim Hill 486-4041. We 
Trade. Higglns Realty, Inc. 
486-4041. 

ROOSEVELT GARDENS 

— 3 badroom brick. No 
agents. 587 7025, 




3 PERSONAL NOTICE 

GEORGE IS BACK! For 
all your insurance needs 
call G. T. Shorter Aeancy, 
855-3964 or 857-P51 



DRESSMAKING 

Uiiqjua aad pemmai designiiif. 
AdaUiHiiddUnn. Newly 
mtM^»i ta Bfadjwck Ana al 
WmAftopt*. 

428-7643 



HELLO 
If you can play a muiical 
iBstniaeat, Biig: have a 
bead 01 nsBiical group, 
better rcpstei with Ctpricom 
BooUiw Agency , 399-2139. 
"Where It 's Happening" 



20— DAY NURStRY 



HAPPY DAYS KIN- 
DERGARTEN - And 
Day Care Center. State 
Licensed for 2, 3, 4, and 5 
year olds. Open 7 a.m. - 6 
pm. year around.' Call' 
428 6565 to enroll. Located 
at 612 Fremac Drive (off 
Laskin Road between 
Hilltop and oceanfront):. 



Vfindsor Woods 
l^of«»ion«l Bulldirm 

f^w, two office spaces 
remaining. Floor plan 
to suit. Can locite with- 
in 60 days. Generous 
pari(ing areas. For more 
information call 340- 
3641, 7:30 A.M. to 
5 P.M. 



34-A MOVING 
STORAGE 



AND 



DBCOMr JlfMII 
18 days, Oelrtei 1973, 



lUofVli^ria. Waeaa 
tDifyoafo. 

4SS-988S 41»»yy 






BOOKKEEPING 

and 

TAX SERVICE 

MoalUy, Qaaiterty, 
Yaaily 

58748^, Ricks 



i? JOBS WANTED 



DESIRES CAREER 
POSITION Experience as 
follows, 2 yrs. general 
reporting and editing 
women's page; 3 yrs 
secreterial work, type 55 
words per minute, 
newspaper I ayout , 
copyreadino ; insurance 
(auto and homeowners) 
rating and working up 
ordws, filing, dictaphone 
and adding machine. Call 
497 3674. 



HAROLDS TRANSFER 
62a47n or 4978088 ; 

Mastorcharge 

IS— HOUSE FOR SALE 



mCOMETAX. 
LanyCtaaea. 
iB lehiias piepaied 
wUejnMwait! 
3320 VhfiBia B^eh Blvd. 
N^ Priac^ Anae Plasa 
486-166a 




ASimOLOGKAL 

UNNK LESSONS 

428>»78ot 
425-m3. 



BEAUTIFUL 

WEDDING 

FLOWERS 

AtrMpMneM*, bouquott. 
LUiupei. Mc Ronombto- 
prtcw, Call 497-2414 
owanlngL 



BABYSITTING 
Southern Points ; 7 a .m . to 6 
p.m. Mon. thru Frt. 486 
4307. 

BABYSITTING — Ed. in 
child guidance. Meals, 
playroom and large fenced 
yard. 499-0930. 

BABYSITTING My 

home; experienced; 
Aragona Village; 499 6120. 

* ■ " - 

BOOKK E EP I ng- 
TYPING In' my home. 
Reasonable. 425 SS9 after 

4. ' 

OFFICE CLEANING - 
Night time. Aragona' 
Village preferred. Calf 
4992154, after 6 p.m. 

TYPING Done In my 
home. 90 cents per page; 
SI. 00 per page for tables. 
Call 497S04 after 6 wd 
^weekends. ^__^ 

TYPING-Neat and .ac- 
curate. 25 cents^^iwf page." 
497 7653. after 6, 46-56M. 




COCKER SPANIEL 
PUPPIES — AKC 
registered, males, S60. 420- 
4859. 

COCKER SPANIEL PUPS 

— Males, black, champion 
sired, reg. Reserve now for 
Easter. 425-3996. 

COCKER SPANIEL — 
Male, champion sired, 
excellent bloodline for 
breading or would make a 
beautiful pet. Loves 
children. S100 firm, In- 
eludes AKC papers, 
pedlgraa. show ribbons. 
340-1102 after 5 p.m. 

DACHSHUND — Standard, 
AKC registered, 1 year old 
male, black and' tan. 340- 
6344. 

DALMATION PUPS Pet 
and Show quality, AKC 
registered. 464-4874, 855- 
9340. - 

DOBERMAN PINSCHER 

— Must sell, 9 mo. old 
male, rod. S75. 623 1356. 

FREE DOGS — 1 red 
haired female, 2 years old, 
1 male puppy, 7 mos. old ; 5 
small bla£k curly haired 
puppies, 6 wks. old. Good 
with children. Free to good 
home. 499-4244. 
i.i ■ ' ■ ' ' 
^ISH 1 pair Tinfoil 

Barbs; 4 6 inches; $15. or 
S8 separate. Also, 1 pair 
Jack Dempsey; 5 inches; 
10. or S4. saparate. 499- 
3971. 



PEKINGEESE - Males, 
female, 8 wks. AKC 
ragistared, SSO. ' 428.4160. 

SAMOYED — Females, 
AKC reglstarod; shots, 8 
weeks. 8150. 340-5413. 

■ Ill ■■■. , ■'■ — ' ■! I ' J 

SAMOYED - White male, 
8 weeks, shots, AKC 
registered, housebrokfn. 
$200. 583 3837. 



SHIH-TZU — Beautiful 
female puppy, all shots, 
paper trained, price 
reduced. 486 5706 




Wr 



MA--$TUO_W«VI| 



Shetland Sheep Dog 
Champion; proven; 
lovely; 340 8907. 

51-LiVESTOCK 

REGISTERED CHAR- 
OLOIS BULL — 4 
years old. Call 421-2064 
after 4 p.m. 

si- ^TlbRSES, PEEP 

QUARTERHORSE — 
Palamino, 5 year old 
gelding. $700. 460 1505 after 
3 p.m. 

SS-4AMM * UMMAOI 



GERMAN 
PUPPIES 
ragkMerad 
3«-S3S7. 



SHEPHERD 

— AKC 

with pedigree. 



ARAGONA VILLAGE — 
S45 Kellam Rd. 3 bedroom, 
den. Open Itouse Thurs. 
^ru Sun, 1-5 p.m. 499-3414. 

BROMLEY 
WATERFRONT Nice 4 
bedroom, 2 baths, at- 
tached garage, fenced 
backyard, refrigerator, 
stove, wall to wall car 
peting included. Owner. 
8574165. 

COLONIAL HEIGHTS -3 
bedrooms, family room 
with wet bar. Large eat-in 
kitchen. Call Ev Herrell 
588 3064. We trade. Higglns 
Realty, In c. ^6-4041. 

DIAMOND SPRINGS — 3 
bedrooms, den, garage, 
nice condition, fenced 
vard. vacant. Owi»r, 460- 
■ 0852. 

DIAAM3ND SPRINGS - 3 
bedraam ranch, large 
lancad yard. By owner. 
SM*9«I. Evilly and assama 
payments M *97. 4604U2- 



SHERRY PARK — For 
sale by owner. 3 bedroom 
oart brick ranch hi quiet 
Cul-de-sac. htdlan River 
Rd. S< Military Hwy. araa. 
$32,950. 424-2854. 

THOROUGHGOOD - 
Brick 3 bedraiems, 2</!> 
baths, combMiatlaii family 
room, kitchan; , ,%i 
fireplaces, attachatf IVk car 
garage on large (117^170') 
treed lot. Room over 
garage can be converted 
Into 4th bedroom, garage 
also has *^ bath. Enclosad 
porch Is iusi perfa^t for a 
library or office. This Is, a , 
spacious home foi^ a 
growing family. To see 
today, call Joe or Grace 
Robinson, 464-4«39. We 
h^ade. Higglns Really, Inc., 
486.«)4I. 

WINDSOR WOODS — 3 
bedroom, I2'xl7' family 
room, V/^ baths. Call Ellie 
Talanian, 340-1690. We 
trade. Higglns Realty, Inc. 
486-4041^ 

36-A— RESIST- PEOPERTY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 426- 
24th St. (2) 3 be^^om 
furnished duplexes; good 
condition, location. In- 
come. 428-5137. 

WOODED CAMP LOT. 
Easy terms. 420-3835, 420- 
2162. 

3^ OUTOPfftWN ' 

FLORIDA PROPERTY 
20 acres privately 

owned, West of Lakeland 
Industrial Center, 35 
minutes from Disney 
World; bearing citrus 
trees, fresh creeks, paved 
road frontage; suitable for 
motel, trailer court or 
subdivision. Additional 
land available. Call 428 
1457. 

SPACES for Mobile 
.Homes. Large, wooded 
tots. Approx. 15 mi. from 
Va. Line, 15 mi. from E. 
City, N.C. and 25 mi. from 
Nags Head. $25 8, $30 per 
month. Call (919) 453-3232 
after 6. 



GERMAN SHEPERD pups 
AKC registered. 853-6088. 

GOLDEN RETRIEVER 
PUPS — Fiemaffs, 10 wks, 
AlCC registered, excellent 
papers, wormed, shots, 428- 
4180. 

GOLDEN RETREIVERS 
AKC registered, 6 wks, 
wormed, good blood Hoes. 

«W)8*8«53??IM- J^ I V 

■ r r I — ' — I ' ' - ■' ' 

LABRADOR BRACE-AKC 
champion bloodline, both 
registered, partially 
obedience trained, Good 
Slock, 497-S181 after 6:00. 

■ ^ .1.^ ■ IMI ■' 1 " 

MINIATURE SCHJIAU- 
ZERS — AKC ragistiBred, 
cr^ipad, shots, satisfaction 
tfuarwtaed. 464-2360. 

JNORWEIGAN" ELk4 
fViOUNO . - Mf') 

AKC reg., wish to mate.; 
Only fee pick of lifter,: 
Harry Marshall, 425-5518. 

PEKINGESE PUPS-(3) 
mates. Shew 8, breeding 
stock, AKC registered, 
pedigreed, prices varied. 
Shots, wormed. 485-3754. 



GARAGE SALE - 1181 
Orkney Dr. corner 
Providence Rd., Bellamy 
Manor. March 23, 24 and 
JSth. ^ 

S9-C0IWS,* STAf^PS 

Buying and selling sliver, 
coins before 1964; Nor 
view Coin Shop. 6212 
Sewells Point Rd., 853- 

OLD PENNIES 1910 to 
present, also silver war 
nickels. 10 cent* and up, 
497-2578. 




AVON BOTTLES- VAry; 
.'old, also some antlques.i 
'pial 499 3885. ^ > 

BICYCLE New Sears 10- 
speed, Semperet gum -wall 
tires; center. pote brakes; 
dual cruising brakes: 
Simplex derraiier. |W0. 464- 
9231 after 6 p.m. ■ 



GARAGE 

overhead; 
ware. $30. 



DOOR ^ 8 ft. 
locks, all hard- 
499-2683. 



SO galhMU waxlins flooi' 
finish and 50 gallons 
commercial stripper. 
Must move immediately 
at $1 per gallon, which is 
fraction of cost. Contact 
Jay Brumblay at 486-3430. 




10— WW 



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GEORGETOWN COLONY 
— 2 Story 4 bedrooms. 2-»/«i 
baths, sr masiar bedroom, 
eat-in hl»chen, formal 
#ntng room. Call Joe or 
Grace »abh»ton, U*-mn. 
We trwie. H^gins Realty, 
me. 



BEAGLE PUPS — 1 mala, 
1 female, tVi months, AKC 
reg. Good bloodline. 487- 
0447. 

BOSTON TERRIER PUP 
10 we«l%, beautifully 
marked mala, AKC 
registered. 853 S134. 

BOXER PUPS AKC 
registered, f»wi, maws. 
taiUctacKed. 387-907. 

CHINESE P»J«S-« ma. 
femala, fawn, ^BCk nwsk; 
AKC ragistarad. ^^7914. 

COCKER SPANIELS 
AKC regtatarod. eh^pMi 
sirrt, Shaw mm wd 
mvU^tmrwtlst. WB-twa 




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SUN CLASSIFIED 



THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH jO; 1»73-PAQE 9 






PERSON To PERSON ADS! 



466-1414 




4^-M.iCll.LAMlOV., ff-MiWlHAfOOW 



HAIR ORYER-Gwiwral 
Eltctric Fashion Mljit. 
Hardly usad. til 340-M32. 

PROFESSIONAL PHOTO 
STUDIO EQUIPMENT — 
Pftotoganlc studio Mastar 
light, Sx7 viaw camara with 
stands, 3 ImcHs and 3 
lansas. 4l97-9n i. 

M-A— 000b THINGS TO. 

lAlU 

TIDEWATER'S NEWEST 
— CMnplata Una, fresh 
dally; opan 7 days. Bubba's 
Seafood Market, Lyn- 
nhaven inlet, 4A4-0101. 



7S-ANTIQIin 



120— AUTOM^IILB 



aL-wiaiH< A>»Aift 



WEDDING GOWN — By 
Priscllla attached train 
an'd veil, size 9. t4S0 
sacrifice $250. See at 
.Fantone's. 2M-2Sth. St. 

WIG WARDROBE — 2 full 
wigs, 1 fall and 2 wiglets, 
alt blonde. 1 full dark 
brunette; 1 full frosted; 2 
ilppered carriers; head 
forms. Call 428-M90 after 
5:30 p.m. 

^ M-BUII.DINO '"P^^Jfr 

HOME Builders & Conl 
;tractors - Let us h elp you 
with that new home- 
additions or repairs. We 
can furnish materials 
.from basement to attic 
and aid you In financing. 
PHone KELLAM & 
EATON 4273200. 



CARPETS — (4) Quality 
Acrllon, with pads; gold, 
beige, and rust; plus 
patterned green nylon 
shag. 4W-2WS. 

ELECTRIC RANGE- 
Apartment Size-Deluxe 
Model, Coppertone; A-1 
condition; S100. 42I4239. 

EARLY AMERICAN 
FURNITURE Brand new, 
never unwrapped. Sofa and 
matching love seat, 
upholstered in gold-brown 
tweed, with maple arms. 
Purchased 11 days ago at 
Wickes Furniture for S«20. 
This is beautiful furniture. 
Will sacrifice for $500 cash. 
Dial 427 1787, after « p.m. 
or week ends. 

FURNITURE - 3 rooms 
complete including color 
TV, HIFI, washer, sewing 
machine, refrigerator. 
$775. Call «3S-3«97. 

GAS STOVE - Apt. size, 
very good condition, $25. 
543-M10. 

Heywood Wakefield Ash- 
craft Furniture; sofa, 2 
chairs, 1 end table, 1 corner 
table. Blue and green 
slipcovers. $150. Excellent 
-contf Itlom 420-427*. ■^- 



Living room suite and Den 
furniture. Early American 
green print. Days, 340-0391; 
340-2125 after 7. 



PILLOWS (2) King size, 
80 per cent small whole 
white goose feathers, 20 
per cent goose down. 

_^ Brand new; Muft sell 

•I-MIISICAL INmUMMtt '•*<«''Olc) 4970982 after 6 

p.m. week-days; Anytime, 
weekends. 




ORGAN-Wuriitzer 4500 
solid state; full pedal 
• board, 3 yeart old, Maestro 
rhythm king and stand; 
$1800. 420-0061. 



jr: 



SNARE DRUM - Red 
Sparkle, needs heads, 
otherwUeIn excellent 
HfMpw. GoM for a beginner. 
$10. Oltf 4»-1787. 



FREE 

nmmm 

CUSSES 



7:30 



STUDIOS 

MtJanayAviL 
VfcleM*0«eatGEX) 



44 -OPPICggQUIPMEN T 

DICTATING MACHINES 
.one set of two. "Dict-A- 
phone". Excellent con- 
dition. 4«4-939S, 428-9179. 

DICTAPHONE 
TELEPHONE AN- 
SWERING MACHINE 
Gives recorded message 
and takes incoming 
messages. $200. 484-1215. 

Interested In telephone 
answering equipment for 
office or car? Call 497 
<4p. 

441 PARM IMPLEMENTT 



1987 JOHN DEERE 105 
Combine; straw chopper 
and cab; 435 W corn head; 
$5,750. Call 420-5381. 

WHEEL DISC-12', 4 row 
type, excellent condition. 
488-8054. 

'SsAHPIREWOOD 



MOVING Household 
Furniture of all kinds. 430- 
4748. 



REFRIGERATOR- 
Westlnghouse; white, 
excelle nt co n d ltl» H , 8 7 S. 
588-5097. 

REFRIGERATOR 14 cu. 
ft. Hotpoint; self 

defrosting; like new 
condition. $100. Call Jay 
Brumbley 488-3430 or 497- 
,8973. 

REFRIGERATOR - 
Westlnghouso across top 
freezer, good condition. 
$50. 497-5834 after 8 p.m. 

REFRIGERATOR — 
Coldspot, coppertone, good 
condition, $50. 488-3118. 

SOFA — Early American 
84", Avacado, A-1 shape, 
$100. 489-7801. 

STRATFORDSHIRE 
CHINA -Service for 8. $30. 
Call 340-9022. - 

TABLE Drop leaf dining 
room, Duncan Phyfe. 428 
9179. 

WING SOFA-90", 3 Cushion 
Early American; matching 
chair. Oak frante, no 
broken springs. Good for 
upholstery classes. $35. 340- 
0874. 




U^MUO-TtJfBK' 



STEREO Teac A 1200-U 
Reel-to-Recl, 9 mes. old; 
two stereo echo channels 
with microphones. Was 
$349, now $195. 484-9231 
after 6 p.m. 



f II ■ iifc^— — — 

FIREWOOD - By cord or 
<? cord delivered, $40. 
cord. 427 2857. 

88-PL*ilTi * SHRUir"' 

IT'S SPRING Planting 
timal Fruit trees, nut 
tree*, berry plants, grape 
vines, asparagiA, rhubarb, 
landscaping plant 
material. TREE copy 48 
pg. Planting Guide Catalog 
in color on request. 
WAYNESBORO NUR- 

.SERIES, Waynesboro, 

•^Virginia 22980. 






ANTIQUES Cut glass; 
lewelry; silver; old dolls; 
any old, 430 8911; 420-5117. 



AJirftu^S-aird any old' 
F fumlttir* 

OASH-CASM-CASM • 
~8g-4182 " ' 

ELECTRIC TRAINS-Any 
make or condition. 545- 
8342. 



FURNITURE WANTED 
Couch, Early 

American, blue or green, 
in good condition. Will pay 
up to $100. Call 425-8485. 



BOAT for Sale: 26 ft. 
sloop; converted navy 
whaler; sleeps 4; head 
and galley; no engine; 
stainless steel standing 
rigging; dacron sails; 
dacron running rigging; 
$1500 firm. Call 340 5648 
before 11 a.m. 

LARSON — 19' fiberglass, 
155 OMC Inboard- 
outboard; tilt trailer, top. 
Excellent condition. $2,450. 
622-8838, 433-1803 faStI 

RICHARDSON-1957; 34 H., 
sleeps 6, stove and 
refrigerator, $4800. 484- 
4889. 




M— CAMrm. flAIUM 

MARAUDER >• 1972 
Travel trailer; 251 dual 
wheels; self contained. 
855 6SaJ. 



OLS— 1971, 8 ft., cab over; 
sleeps 4, Icebox, 3-burner 
stove, s-s sink, pressurized 
water system, lacks in- 
cluded. $1050. 853-8217. 

WINNEBAGO — Motor 
Home 1972 D20 Brave. 
Many options. Generator, 
air conditioner, 6' 
refrigerator freezer, 15,000 
, miles. $8,300 or best offer. 
444-8IS3 or 499-1988. 





*Antlgue Bed and rocker. 

Bta^ A white Dumont TV, 

Jabla model, excellent 

^l^eMttlon, $50. 340-4833. 

2 sofas, 175 aa ■*, w#»ar bad 
wM frama, $40. drasaw, 
$^ (Matte sat, $25. Call 
430-7101. 

AIR CONDITIONER - 
5,000 STU's, excellent 
. <andWteB. tWO- «7>»457. 

•IDS — (» cemplatq 
I^MJywMtf type rt«»itly 
■«rdMM«. (Ik Oak Baok- 
caaaa. Mw*« ••II. iMst offer. 
S0I-1M8 oMr I p.m. 



ANTIQUE SIDEBOARO- 
Excaflant Hiapa, first sn. 
Call 488-9311. 

■ I 1 ■ 

COME BROWSE TODAY! 
3 floors Of everything and If 
we dent have It, we'll get it 
for you. It's easy to gat 
here. From Mllltwy High- 
way turn off on Indian 
River Rd. and go west 1 
mito. Branbads« Victorian 
furniture, round oak tablw, 
gadgets, eld dolls, cut 
gftss. You name iti 
MELTON'S ANTIQUES, 
4301 Indian River Rd. 430- 
0911, 4»-S117. 




88-A FOR RENT 

FOR RENT 3 bedroom 
mobJli^ Heme, ijjf baths^^ 
completely furnished inc. 
washer and air cond. 38 mi. 
South of Norfolk. Si IS per 
mo. Couple wchiidren 
under 6 preferred, no pets. 
Call 919-453 3232 after 5 30. 



CHEVROLET-196S, 2dr., 6 
cylinder; new Inspection; 
$395. 484-2243. 

CHRYSLER - 1969 
Newport, 4 door, all 

I equipped, vinyl top, clean. 

.38,000 miles. $1650. 583- 
4031. 

COMET - 1967 Cyclone 
390, 4 speed, new tires and 
New engine, tape deck. 
Excellent condiNon. 857- 
4165. 

COUGAR — 1969, 3 speed, 
mag wheels, $1300 or best 
offer. 428 1750. 

DAT SUN — 1969 Sports 
convertible, excellent 
condition. 340-2045. 

DUNE BUQGY (Manx) 
V.W. powered. Ail 
weather; royal blue; A-1; 
$1200. 855 4377. 

FIAT-1947 4 door station 
wagon, good tires, good 
running condition, radio 
and heater. $400. 464-3486. 

FIAT--1971; 850 Spider 
convertible, 4 speed, radio. 
$800. 435-8835. 

FORD — 1967 Falcon 
Future; 2-door, s.s., 6 cy., 
before emission controjs 
Good gas mileage. Reason 
for selling-bought camper. 
$900. 853-8217. 

FORD — 1970 Econollne 
Van 100, 6 cylinder, 
manual, low mileage, 
original owner, A-1 shape. 
340-5953. 

FORD-1944 Custom 500, 4 
door sedan, white; 3 speed; 
air conditioned. New tires, 
battery. Just inspected. 
$550. 497-3739; 486 6344. 

MERCURY — 1972 Colony 
-PAtJL Station wagon. 9 
passenger, many extras; 
take over payments, 
$150.40. Call 4200394. 




•^■BH«WMH«*i««9«^n MUSTANG 1965 
00— MOTQtCYCm. ICOOtJB automatic. 6 



HONDA — 1971 SL 175, top 
condition, 4,000 miles, $395. 
428-4374. 

HONDA — '72, 500, 3,400 
miles, gold, all stock. 
$1,200. Dial 423 0910 after 7 
p.m. 

HONDA - 1972, 500, 
brown, sissy bar and 
luggage rack, 1,400 miles. 
34 payments of $49.09. 433- 
3040. 

HONDA — ^1973, modified 
SL-70, big piston, cam, 
megaphone exhause, ex- 
cellent condition. $335. 437- 
3387. 

HONDA — 1972, 750, ex- 
cellent condition. $1400. 
340-8474. . 

HONDA — 1970 CB 350, 
excellent condition, 3400 
miles, 3 helmets, sissy bar. 
Garage kept. $400. 428-4004 
after 4 p.m. 

YAMAHA 1971, DT 1 

"$375. Dial 444 0875 after 4 
p.m. 

OS— TRUCKS. TRAIUtl, iiin 



FORD 1971 Pickup, 302 V- 
8, Sport Custom, excellent, 
loaded. $2750. 588-7844. 

UP— AirroMOoius 

ALFA — 1947, 2400 Lagato 
coupe, 4 cylinder, 5 speed, 
radlals, $1975. firm. 499- 
1093. 

BUICK — 1949 Station 
wagon, good condition, 
musf sell, <rS75. 497-8391. 

BUICK-1947 LeSabre, 
autonfatic, body and motor 
in excellent condition. $400. 
547-3751 • 

eAOlLLAC«1948; extro 
clean'; leaded; Make an 
offer I 430-3^5. 

CADILLAC 1945. Loaded. 
Needs body work. $550. 
Cash or bast offer. 433-5338. 

EAOtLLAC-1944 Coupe 
eVItle, • 50,000 miles, 
dean, $1»0. 340-4171. 

CAPRI - 1971 Ford Capri, 
3000 CC engine. Brown 
Willi white interior. Best 
Call 499-1845. 



coupe, 
cy., bucket 
seats, fire engine red. $435. 
588 4329. 



OLDSMOBILE - i971 
Custom "88" 2 dr. HT, 
loaded, tape deck, $2,795. 
464-1288 or 427-1879 after 7 
p.m. 

OLDSMOBILE — 1971 
Cutlass SX convertible, 
autohiatic transmission, 
power steering, brakes and 
windows, mag wheels, new 
tires; $700. and assume 
balance at $91. month. 486- 
6248. 

PLYMOUTH - 1969, 4 
door, air conditioned, 
power steering, clean. 
$1,250. 583-4032. 

PLYMOUTH — 1961 Runs 
good, good t>ody. $150. Call 
499 9937. 

PONTIAC — 1970 Firebird, 
A-1 condition, fully 
equipped. 497-8443. 

PONTIAC 1968 GTO. 

green with gold vinyl top, 
excellent condition, 4-speed 
hurst shifter; 39,000 
original miles. Call 340 
5509. 

PONTIAC — 1969 Grand 
Prix (Model J) excellent 
condition. $1650. 427-5040. 

SUBARU — 1972 White; 
station wagon, new tires, 
A 1. 487 5379. 

STUDEBAKER — 1944 
sedan, clean, $200. 340 9409. 

THUNDERBIRD — 1944, 
excellent condition, $795. 
855-4074 or 587 2834. 

TOYOTA — 1971 Corona 4 
door, 4 speed, radio. $1495. 
3402194. 

TOYOTA-1970 Corona, 
Mark II station wagon. A-1 
condition. $1500. 4845571. 

VW BUG — 1968 Good 
condition, good tires, radio, 
$800. 444 1308 or 437-1874 
(after 7 p.m.) 

VOLVO — 1949, 142S; 
excettant condition; Call 
507-»Q0 anytime. 



MUSTANG -.1948, 6 
cylinder, automatic 
transmission; good con- 
dition. 497 7542. 





CHEVROLET — 1M9, air 
conditioned, power 
staerMig, emilent Intorlor. 
4*9-04». 



1971 VW 



tea Roof, 



<** 



i^edeck. 



MSOO 
CALL4«04M5 



HOME SERVICE — REPAIR GUIDE 





USE THIS HANDY UP TO DA1E ALPHABETICAUY USTED 
GUIDE FOR AU YOUR SERVKZ NEEDS! 

Aqilwtt-Conerttt Elgctrlcal Contractor 




Homejm^wwnwm^ -__-.!!«-_-—.-. 



ASTHALT PAVING 

JDitckB«spttdtai.dii«i 
wsysaipe d s lt y.Holab 



too 



CALL 
487-0061 




CONCRETE WORK 
MII(M-SMewalk»4MMwayi 
SMM-Curb and autter 
AU. TYPES coNcnrrt 

(FREE IsriMATES 
WaLlLleMO^lL 
GsMHlCaRtiactaf 



JSJS*. 



H.BCTR1CAL 

CONXaACTOR 

ROBERT L MILLS 

IS 

totk 



347-0712 Oym NI0tt 



Cirpft 




wlfraiiii 

TOTsimiiQiMi ivni iptos I 



Up to 5 Ysari to Payl 



GET ALL TOE EXTRA SPACE YOU NEED WHILE 
YOU INCREASE TOE VALUE OF YOUR HOME 
TODAY with quality room addittons and homo 
hnpravameoU achiorod ttio fast and oaqr way with 
Ci^ Constroctloii's quality enftenauiiip! _ 

CITY CONSTRUCTION 

206 We CAU 

25th StffMt 6274^8 

2S YEARS REUABLE SERVICE IN US 
nPEWATERAREA 



Plastering 



Wllilain "•III" Adami 
PiMlerlne of all tyeet 
PMcn Work • Spwalty 

840-8833 




LOTwiMoiwirWipiiw 



SAVE MONEY— 
ON FIRST QUAUTY 
CARPET! 

Let uf show you in you 
own home How we can 
MTO yoa moMjr on flisi 
iintfitjr cupet, tu MiUi Ji 
wd iMtaOation. 

IIEE ESTIMATES 
CONVENIENT TERMS 
CALL 3404162 
From 7 ajn. to 10 pjn. 



GARAGES 

CUSIOM BUILT 
FINANaNG 

Hard'isdh 



ContracGr^ 

420-1716 



GonnanMnd Son 
fiminl Contaidor' 

nStgnikrm 
guaianhedwou 



38 HOUR ANSWERING 
■tEVML^lS^Mtl 



CARPENTRY 
PAINTING -ROOFING 
^pi, coKiela ddawaiki, 
Mnmwf^ Also pmalag, 
tiaeworic * rimUieqr. 
RaatoaaUa tarns; by 
dwhon.bydMjolk. 
497-5181. Brenii^ 



LmmUmmStnkt 
lie)rciaRapali%WaUl% 
IraaKal- 



VA. BEACH UWN 
MOWER ft WELDING 



Horn* Rtpaire 



ItouMjaeking^ 



Carpantry 



Haating 



GEORGE POWELL 
CONTRACnNGCORP. 

Rilntlnfl, •xtarlor, Intarlor, 
roofing, guttaring, and 
tiding. Fr««Mtlm«tMb 

S43-379S or 420-5326 



CARPENTRY 

It Our BuAnettl 
Repairt, Our SpaclaRyl 
Quemy «MirtiiiwntMp 
Rwton a W rrtw. 

cONsriucTioM 
teevicatco. 



trmr 



HouMlScMng 
RepMclne rioar JoMt 
•ltd SIM* 

29 Vaart EKpwtano* 
Are your floor* ahaMngf 
822.17f i, •aa-8«»8 



HOME REPAIRS 

lllxany«iln0No'lpOl 

All of our tMIM, 

work It guaroniMd. 

ind bondod. MMI«r Owrea. Par 

Iroo tiflmolM call Jarry 

Baydudi, «2S-St7*;.anar 5 p.m. 

(ssImt*. 

ALLREPAIRSCa 



RAM 
WATINGA 
OOMiNO.OO. 

HCIL 
AutnorlM* O dilar 

489-7364 



OIRPEN^Y WORK 
FREE ESTIMATES 
C/tti 428-7460 

AFTER 6 P.M. 



Home Improvamants 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Lumbar and building materlali, 
room additions, tlorm doort and 
windows, will to wall carpti; 
vinyl siding. FrM cttimatas, 
larms. 

lELLAMAEATON.INC 
427-3200 



.L«^kimiitM 



Jm^KilShop 

2316V8.iaeeliiM. 



LUDarta 
340-M90 



CaramicTiia 



D. i. CHAFm. 

Cea e r sl Co a tia c tot liceaeed 
AR^Mandbjrthertate 
ofViqlaiaGencnlHane 
I mpw ww i its. No Job loo 
486-3344 



Homa Repair* and Improye- 
manU of all Typo* 
fn» Eitlmatai, Ucenaed 
A Bonded 

(XEAN TILE. INC. 

42»«471iraooMwefcaI 
428-7934 



upNO^mav 

ANDaasOMt UmMMTIRT 

If your hifidtwrt It tick... .brine 
Nie Andtnon't Uphoittary tor a 
faca Nflkip. All work flrtl dSat. 

Call 464^637 



Mrtiqu 



CERAMIC TILE 

Rapita,NewWockA 



QHHtyWork 
Big Price 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

Ramoddiing, addition*. 
*tdlng. Ucentadand 
bonded. Fraa •ctlmata*. 
25 yaar* axparlancd. W« 
do our own work. 

OODSON 427-3354 



CERAMIC CHI 

MUDWMUC 

» 

Fart, bee MtinrtM, best 
i«ort,bestyrice. New, 
obi onep o wt il . 

587-1720 



' A y U_L Lj. ■nr.a 

aalRaMitCsi 

RoaflfiS) guftiHna. carpen- 
try end Mnor repatr^ We 
fbi eN tnoae Mrd to find 
Heu. Fraa Ettlmtai. . 
OWNERjWU. OliMnut 



HOME REPAIRS 
ANY TYPE 



Pb 




■biMRsiill 

#2aviitafB 



PAINTING 
ALL TYPES DONE 
INTERIOR, EXTERIOR 
COMMERCIAL 
425-7913 



Vacumm Ciaanar 

JtalsL 



Plumbing 



PLUMaDKi^iEATING 
SERVICE 



JASHfiAllNGCa 
423-3092. 



VACUUM OEAMER 
SERVICE 



Al 

QpapfclHvA^fllKqr 

497-4370 



Elactricai X^Mitractor 



Btdikfedataidftyan; 



,rtm\ 
CWM&aUftaMky 



ADDITIONS a R«MOeaUN« 

Family room*, now additlont 



carporn, g«r«e** iw c lo d a d for 
drtrabadroema. ate. Fraa elm* 
trmmt fraa aMmata* ooa 
yaar wf Hta<« wiaianlaa. 
KOVAUMKMAMM 



^t^SSL 




fffERftirVER 

Ai»nnN»CARfBimY 




FREEBmiATES 



h 



HOME IMPROVEMENTS 



Cd Mntoal loUdefs of Tidewtter for lO your 
MUfa« aad mBodetail. Let Bs add tet qwc 
fOMB yoa'fc wmtai, mnodel jF0V:t^^ai, fi» 
U yow baaraMit, tartaO new doon nd wi»- 
dows. Abo oetaak and viiqrl tfle flooit, roofiog 

Work pcrfomed by expert iwfchiidci. 
Eaqrtems 

FRSWIMAIIS iBYo»Bo>ie 

MimiAL BUKDBIS 
OF TIDEWATER. mC 



8110 Bwefcinoiit Awl 



l28-fl«« 



•S-8188 



aKOAliWII 

WELL WATER 

SYSTQIS 

WtecaaMkaeaaaoiyoat 



488S0W^ 




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V 



^ 10-THE SUN-TH URSDA Y. MARC H 22, 1973 




SUN CLASSIFIED 



BEftCII. Where The 




Realtors De Graduates 




Three Virginia Beach 
Realtors received awards at 
the Virginia Beach Board of 
Realtors meeting Thiuwlay, 
March 15. Mr. aiff Lewis, 
with the Virginia Beach 
School Board's Distributive 
Education Program, 
presented awards for 
completion of 100 hours 
of Adult Distributive 
Education to Mr. Beverley 
Allen, Estes Realty, Lucille 
M. SalkowsW, Pembroke 
Realty and Insurance, and 
D.A. "Jim" Mey«r, Estea 
Realty. 

"Bev" Allen is a native of 
Norfolk; he retired in 1969 
after 21 years in the U.S. 
Army. He has been with 
Estes Realty since iU 

beginning in September, 



1971. He and his fanifly 
reside in Pembroke Manor. 

Lucille Salkowski, 
Residential Rental A§mt 
with Pembroke Realty and 
Insurance Agency, Inc. is a 
licensed real estate 
saleswoman and has been 
with Pembroke for the past 
three years. She la also 
a Property Management 
Specialist. Mrs. Salkowski 
attended Norfolk Business 
College, is a native of 
Norfolk, and has been a 
resident of Virginia Beach 
since 1960. She resides in 
Thoroughgood with her 
husband, CDR. Wm. F. 
Salkowski (ret. U.S.N.) 

"Jim" Mever, a native of 
Grand Rapids, Minnesota, 
retired in Viifinia Beach 



after 21 years in the U.S. 
Navy as a naval aviator. 
He, his wife, and two 
children have made Uieir 
homeinLakeSmithTerrace 
(West) since November 
1968. Ucmsed as a Real 
Estate Salesman in 
December 1971, "Jim" 
joined Estea Realty Cor- 
poration where he was 
awarded a trophy as 
Salesman of the Year for 
1972. Having completed the 
Distributive Education Di- 
plonfti Program, he hM 
register«l for the April GRI 
"A" course in Charlot- 
tesville. Future plans in- 
clude dMignation as GRI 
and eventual designation as 
a Certified Residential 
Broker (ORB). 



Board Members Installed 



M. FYank Abel, Vice- 
PrMident and Membership 
CMmm of the Virginia 
Beach Board of Realtors, is 
sliown insulling 11 new 
Qicinbm at the Board's 
htacheon-meeting Thtvs- 
d*y. March 15th, at the 
Opa^i Hearth Restaurant. 



They jure: George (Tony) 
Miller, Bell Realty; Joseph 
Fagundes, Custom Realty; 
John M. Taylor, Dominion 
Realty; Jahies Cochrane, 
Biggins Realty; Charles 
Flippin, Higgins' Realty; 
Linda Smith, Henry- 
Hanson-Tucker; lUchard 



Rawlings, Rawlings 
Realty; Edward Kreuth, 
'Rose & Kreuth Realty; Cliff 
Clifton, Stohl Realty; 
Robert P. Pace, Taylor and 

Pace; and Tazewell T. 

Hubard, Jr., Withers k 

Taylor. 



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Michael J. Vance, Biaiett Realty: 
Fred Soles, DeHirt Realfy; Joan H. 
McConnell, Dugger Real Estate; 
Albert R. "Ray" Ealet. Sites Realty; 
Earl M. Stein, Estes Realty; John D. 
Hinkle, Higgins Realty; Herald D. 



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Earl C. Price, Cameron Munden; 
James W. Huffman. Jr., Pembr*e 
Realty; Lester K. Bruestte, Real 
Estate Corp. of Va,; Eugene H, 
Whitehead, R.E. Smith; Worth M. 
Womble. Jr., Wombie Realty, and Art J. 
Zachary. Womble Realty. 



Local Reohon 
Attend Conventkn 

The president of a 
national marketbig network 
of Re'altors holding its 
annual coaventkm at die 
New OrleaM Marriott, told 
an audience of 1,200 persons 
that to be successful in the 
ever-dumging climate of 
real estate nennltates a 
progressive look to the 
19B0's. 

Geo. P. Shafran, of 
Arlington, Va., speaking 
before Realtor represen- 
tatives of 725 member of- 
fice of National MulU List 
Service's Home For Living 
Network, said changing 
times have encompassed 
the real estate profession 
along with everything else. 
Attending the convrotlon 
from Higgins Realty, Inc. 
were: CM. Harrison, 
George D. J<duiston, Murry 
L. Buck and Jaines E. 
Cochrane. 

The HFL Network 
programs tnclu«k ;each 
member's publishing of 
HomesforLoviitg magazine 
displaying i*otos, |»1ces 
and descriptions of homes 
available In eadi market 
area, an Industry Relationa 
Program assisting major 
corporate transfers, an 
Equity Purchasing Plan 
guaranteeing the equity of a 
seller's . home thus 
eliminating the red Upe of 
selling and moving. 

A Guaranteed Home 
Trade-in Program, and 
monthly distribution 
nationally of commerlcal 
and investment pnqterty 
lutings. 

Climaxing the convention 
was the Third Annual 
Awards Banquet where 
Marion Sargffit, of Lincoht, 
Nebraska, was honored as 
the HFL Network Realtor of 
the Year. 



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length of service only by 
theNorOi Carolina iMtltute. 
Twice annually-ln July and 
December - ninety hours of 
Instruction, covering 23 
categories of real estate 
practice, are offered to 
those persons engaged in 
the real estate field. 

Last year nvore Uum 800 



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over 600 attended during the 
1970 Sessions. 

Since the inception of this 
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AMfiini«|ygMifniNlifipMtet«tknvticM«lar iktaiaBlUaedlkecavMtocheerttieniBiienoa. 

Glen Logan Wins first 




Tli«y*r« €lf! Ev«ry«M was tamclwd 
loiether »t the start of the ib-mile 



race, hat It iM aot take long for (he 
miuiera (o ilring out along (he course. 



Shamrock Maratiion 

The runners and the crowds 
came to watch despite the rain 
and cloudy skies at the 
beginning of the Rotary 
Shamrock Marathon. The 
marathon and four other races 
on St. Patrick's Day in 
Virginia Beach attracted 
runners from up and down the 
East Coast. 

Glen Logan, a 21 year-old 
student at Old Dominion 
University, won the 26-mile, 
38S-yard marathon. Logan 
graduated from Princess 
Anne High School in IMS. 

The prize for the oldest 
contestant went to a 62-year- 
old retired United States 
Marine Major. Walter J, 
Reilly finished last in the field, 

but it was a close Anish as he 
was edged by Miss Burnis 
Hicks, a 60 year-old gal from 
Washington, D.C. 

The Shamrock Day races 
were sponsored by the 
Virginia Beach Rbiary club in 
cooperation w'th the 
Tidewater Strider^ It is hoped 
by the sponsors that the events 
will become an annual St. 
Patrick's Day feature. 




Slate champion Sandy Conkwrlght wrni her crown oa 
Ihe uneven parallel hars in (he State Gymnastics Meet 
last Saturday. 

SandyConkwrighlwins 
State title in girls' 



Glen Logan wmi the 26-mlle marathon event, but he 
Innked in good f wm after he crossed the finish line. 



Pete Withers 




tip-off is Friday night 



The First Annual Cratral Bayiide Athletic Association 
InviUtional Basketball Tournament f^ma 6 p.m. Friday 
evening in the Bayside Junkn- Hi^ School fleldhouse. The 
tournament runs thrompi most of Saturday and concludes with 
the champi(mship bradcrt Sunday. 

Theliarch 23rd, a4fh, iBd2^ Vomney to made up large . 
teams from the Virginia Beach Community League, although a 
couple of Norfolk teams have entered. No admission will be 
charged to watch the games, but donations will be accepted to 
help offset the tourney coats. 

The tourney is divided taito the Midget and the Intermediate 
Divistons. Midget play features 10, 11, and 13 year-okls, and the 
Intermediate teams are made up with IS and 14 ynr-old boys. 

The Midget Division has the ftdlowing teams entered: 
Arrowhead, Co<Ae, Graat Neck, KempavUle, Kings Grant, 
Plata, Thoroutfigood, and W. W. Houstra. 

Arrowhead, Cooke, Diamond firings. Great Neck, Kings 
(kant, the Norfolk Panthws, Plaza, Woodstock, Thoroi^hgood, 
and W. W. Houston wlU play in the Intermediate Division. 

Tournament pairings follow: 

FRIDAY 
INTERMEDIATES 

8 p.m., Plaza Doncms vs. Cookt Rams 

9 p.m. Diamond Springs vs. King's Grant 



MIDGETS 

6 p.m. Cooke Rams vs. Kempsville 

7 p.m. Plaza KnighU vs. W. W. Houston 



Pete Withers, a Virginia 
Wesleyan College sophomore 
who helped lead the Blue 
Marlins to their best record in 
the College's seven year 
history, has been named to the 
first slot on the Dixie All- 
Conference second team. 

The six-foot guard from 
Virginia Beach's Bayside 
High School was also listed 
third in the top-ten con ference 



and 16 losses. In confermce 
play, the Blue Marlins were 
sixth, with a 4-10 record. 



Sandy Conkwright won the 
uneven parallel bars com- 
petition and a State cham- 
pionship last Saturday. The 
Cox gymnast was the only 
Beach girl to place in the State 
Girls' Gymnastics Meet held 
in Fairfax's Woodson High 
School. 

Sandy amassed 7.70 poin 
of the bars to win her title. Her 
closest competitor had 7.3S 
points. The pretty blond senior 
also finished sixth in the best 
all-around competition with 
good performances on the 
balance beam, in free exer- 
cise, in vaulting, and on the 
uneven parallel bars. 

The win kept the Cox 
tradition alive. Since the 
Falcons have been par- 
ticipating in gymnastics. Cox 
had always had a girl to place 
in State Meet competition. 

A week earlier in the 
regionals, Sandy won the 
^even parallel bars and the 
best all-around category. She 
also finished second on the 
balance beam, third in free 
floor exercise, and fourth in 
vaulting. 



Another Cox gymnast, 
Kathy Rineker, finished ninth 
on the balance beam in the 
State Meet. Kathy won the 
regional championship on the 
balance beam and finished 
second in floor exercise the 
week before. 



meeting 

The reorganlzational 
meeting for the City's Adult 
Softball League will be held 
Tuesday, April ^d, 7:30 p.m. 
at the Union-KempsviUe 
Stadium on WitchdiKk Road. 
Sponsored by the Virginia 
Beach Departmoit of Parks 
and Recreation, the Adult 
League will offer the fiHlowing 
divisions: Men's Unlimited, 
Qass "A", Duffer, Chivch, 
and Women. 

All individuals, groups, or 
organizations interested in 
entering a team in the 1973 
competition are urged to 
attend this meeting. League 
play will start about May 7th. 



INTERMEDIATES 

12 Noon Woodstock vs. W. W. Houston 

1 p.m. Norfolk Panthers vs. Winner of 8 p.m. Friday game 

2 p.m. Tboroughgood vs. Winner of 9 p.m. Friday game 

3 p.m. Great Neck vs. Arrowhead 



MIDGET 

10 a.m. King's Grant vs. Arrowhead 

11 a.m. Great Neck vs. Tboroughgood 

SEMIFINALS 

Midgets — 4 and 5 p.m. 
Intermediates — 6 and 7 p.m. 

SUNDAY 

2 p.m. Intermediate championship game 
3:30 p.m. Midget championship game. 



scorers, with a 19.2 per game 
average. He also finished fifth 
in conference free throw 
averages, with an oveiall 
average of 80.5 percent. 
Withers was also first-ranxed 
in tournament competition for 

■^ his free throw ability, hitttag 

14 out of 17. 

"Pete is a great athlete and 
competitor," says his coach, 
Donald Forsyth. Withers is the 
son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. 
Withers, 4821 Cullen Road, 
Virginia Beach. 

Virginia Wesleyan 's overall 
record this year was 5 wins 



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Shamrock Marathon results 



TWO-UOJE 

Tom Dye, 10:13 (22-and- 

John Bigley, 10:31 (23-SB) 
Km Harmoo, 13:35 (»») 
Ed Barrow. 13:40 (4l^«nd-up) 

SIX-MILS 

PetOT Dowd, 37:M (33«id- 

RoB Brinsttf. 30:01 (»^) 

MARATHON 

Glmi Logan, 3:34:31 (Va. 

BMch) 

W. Li Hammack, 3:4I:M 

(Qnantioo) 

UiFldkr, l:4g:8D (Pt Euitia) 

D«uito Manska, S:M:M 

(Nbrloik) 

Robert Spouata. S:M:» 

(Utaaa^UNtts) 

William W aUiar. t;t7:33 

(Ynktovn) 

Mark 8hon«rd, 3:00:31 

<NeriBlk) r 

MdHfd Jamhoraky, 3:«:N 

(RMte) 

Pml Vantura, S:«:«7 ( 

B4volr) 

Itoodr Harrdl. 3:0I:U 

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Williarb Mdore, 3:1S:M 

(I^oquoion) :^ ^> ,- 

George Elliott^ 3tl«:<ll 

(Maryland) 

Graham Huston, 3:16:87 

(ArUngton) 

Arthur DuHaime, 3:18:43 

(Reaton) 

Charlsa Georga, 3:U:U (Va. 

Baadi) 

Jerry Bocrla, 3t 31:48 

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RiM^ Lamade. 3:11:48 (Va. 

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DennU UBlanc, 3:28:M 

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DavaSeUer, 3:3B:S4 (Norfolk) 

Jdm Kennedy, 3:30:59 

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Lou Rice, 3:36:43 (Va. Beach) 

Tom ElsaMer, 3:38:33 (Val' 

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Bernard Smith, 3:40:06 

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Martin Sullivan, 3:42:03 

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Thn Fanington, S:45:(n (Va. 

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Beach bikers have a good day 



A LiHt player tries to keep the ball away from the 
Necker competitor. The Neckers won the close contest 
27^. 



It's iwo more points for the Iron Dukes as a Knight 
attempts to block the shot falls. The Dukes won the 
game 47-29. 



Knights and Neckers win City titles 



Two more City champions have been decided in Community 
League basketball play. During the past week, the Plaza 
Knights downed the Iron Dukes 47-29 to wrap up the Brookwood 
Divlsim) City championship in the Midget League. 

TBie Great Neck Neckers defeated the Larks 27-23 in the 
American Division of t' Teen '^; Is I iigue The win gave the 
Neckors the American Division Teen Girls Cily championship. 

Rlayoffs will be continuing this week for City championships 
InqCher Community League divisions. Scores for the rest of the 
Lei^ue games follow. 

INTERMEDIATE 

Cooke Rams 49, Plaza Cavaliers 43 

Plaia Demons 52, Iron Dukes 44 

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Pisbns 117, Ted's Pizza 95 
PaifUiers 67, Virginia Beach Suns 63 



D CONTINENTAL 
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^Larasan Realty 

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CHURCH 

Aragona Christ 56, Avalon 30 

1st Presbyterian 62, Kempsville Christ 40 

WOMEN 

Paul's Sunoco 47, Jokers 43 

Travelers 45, Elyers 30 

PRE-TEEN GIRLS (BAYSIDE HIGH) 

Patriots 22, Super Stars 8 

Bypsies 16, Blue Angels 15 

Chicks 25, Mermaids 16 

Falcons 39, Belles 10 

Pater Puffs 24, Celtics 15 

JUNIORS (BAYSIDE JR. HIGH) 
Celtics 58, Squires 30 
Spartans 82, Lakers 4 
Chiefs 42, Wildcats 35 
Larks 73, Royals 57 
Lakers 42, Tar Heels 41 
Pacers 2, Bucks 

JUNIORS (FIRST COLONIAL HIGH) 
Hornets 63, Lakers 45 
Falcons 70, Bees 57 
Chiefs iS4, Celtics 32 

Squires 44, Bullets 38 '- 

Tigers 57, Hawks 18 
Trojans 57, Warriors 50 



Great Neck sign-upsset 



Saturday, March 24th', is the 

;t day to register for a spot 

baseball.and softball teams 

the Great Neck area. Ths 

Great Neck Recreation 

[Commission will register boys 

for baseball seven through 

fourteen and girls for softball 



eleven through high school 
age. 

Registration will be held in 
the John B. Dey Elementary 
School from 10 a.m. until Noon 
Saturday morning. Proof of 
age should be brought to 
registration. 



Virginia Beach riders 
brought home a good riiare <tf 
the 1700 purse at the Mid-East 
M<rto-Cros8 Track last Sun- 
day. Beach winners fiwluded 
Jimmy White in the ITScc 
class, Bruce Lember in the 
opoi class, Jim Sandkxip hi 
the lOOcc class, and Larry 
Ambrose to the junkir cross 
division. 

Many other Beadi Uken 
l^ced in the second through 
fifth standings. A Gom|dete list 
of the day's winners fdknrs. 

FIRST MOTO . lOOCC . 

Robbie Franklin 
JIM SANDLOOP 
DSnltl Giant 
Roflsr Rupt 
BOB LARKIN 

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Mark GrMO 
Stavt Lewi* 
Roy Ropor 
REX SIMPSON 
Dallas Turner Sr. 

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Gene Pankokt 
Butch Timbush 
Eugene Smith 
Sandy Booth 

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Pat McCafferty 
Brian Oalgarno 
JIM TRIPP 
Bllnn Butll 
Steve Lewis 

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Mark Green 
Wendell Pules 
BILL CLAUBAUGH 
TOM LASSEN 
MINICROSSERS 
Jim Stalllns 
DONALD NANNEY 
Todd Groulx 

SECOND MOTO • 100CC 

JIM SANDLOOP 
Roger Rupe 
JAY KAUFMAN 
-PAT ASHMORE 
LEN SANDLOOP 

12S 

Mark Green 
Roy Roper 
Sam Crowder 
Dallas Turner 
REX SIMPSON 

175 

Mark Stiltner 
JIMMY WHITE 
Sandy Booth 
Eugene Smith 
Butch Timbuth 

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Pat McCafferty 
JIM TRIPP 
SMOKEY MILLER 
Jay ton Lowe 

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Virgil Slagie 
BILL CLAUBAUGH 
Wendell Pules 
TOM LASSEN 

JUNIOR CROSSERS 

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Troy Grouix 
Craig Randle 



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Beach Borough Little League tryouts reset 



Tammy Rogers performs on the uneven parallel bars. 
The Bayside Junim- High gymnast finished second in 
. (he event. 



Barbi ScarcelU of Plaza Junim- High School, the most 
outstanding performer in the City Meet, goes through 
her routine on the uneven parallel bars. 



Rain cancelled last 
weekend's Virginia Beach 
Borough Little League 
tryouts, but team hopefuls will 
be able to tryout during the 
next two Saturdays. -The 
Borough Little League has 
rescheduled tryouts at their 

Fish and game 
public hearing 

The Virginia Commission of 
Game and Inland Fisheries 
will hold its annual game and 
fish regulation hearing in 
Richmond tomorrow morning. 
The March 23rd meeting will 
begin at 9:30 a.m. in the 
Commission's conference 
room at 4010 West Broad 
Street. 

The Commission will hear 
suggested changes in current 
hunting and fishing 
regulations and season and 
bag limits. Delegations 
wishing to be heard should 
select a spokesman and 
request floor time prior to the 
hearing's beginning 

The regulations proposed at 
this hearing will be advertised 
in localities affected and will 
be adopted or rejected by the 
Commission at their May 4th 
meeting. 



field on Harpers Road on 
Saturday, March 24th and 
31st. 

Tryouts and registrations 
times for 15 and 12 year olds 
will be between 9 and 10 a.m. 
both days. All 14 and 11 year- 
olds must report between 10 
a.m. and 12 Noon.^oys 13 and 
10 years old have their tryouts 
and registrations between 1 :30 
and 3 p.m. 

All 9 year old boys must 
report between 3 and 4 : 30 p.m . 
There will be no tryouts for 8 
year olds, since all boys 
registering will be placed on 
farm teams. 

Big League hopefuls must 
register Sunday, March 25th, 
at the Virginia Beach Junior 
High School diamond. 
Registration will be held at 2 
p.m. for Big League can- 
didates between 16 and 18 
years of age. 

The Borough Little League 
still needs coaches, managers, 
umpires, groundskeepers, and 
women's auxilary members 

For information on how you 
can help the youth of Virginia 
Beach Borough, contact 
League president B.R. 
Hembree at 425-5441 or 
Women's Auxilary Chairman 
Mrs. Geraldine Knapp at 428- 
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three first place wins in the five events, Barbi finished third on 
the uneven parallel bars. 

Bayside girls won the other two events. Linda Lawrence won 
the vaulting competition, and Sharon Brown was judged best on 
the uneven parallel bars. 

Two other performers placed in two different categories. 
Teresa Karnitschnig of Virginia Beach Junior High finished 
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Washhigton press conference 
last Wednesday morning. Ths 
p[ess conference was later 
duplicated in Richmond to 
promote the weekend by the 
Super Bowl runner-up Red- 
skins. 

"Virginia Beach is proud to 
present the 2nd Annual 
"Redskins Remember 
Lombardi" program set for 
the week-end of May Uth and 
12th," Senator Canada an- 
nounced. 

"All of the proceeds, which 
are expected to be at least 
$25,000, will go to the Vincent 
Lombardi Cancer Research 
Center at the Georgetown 
University Medical Center. 

"The weekend will begin on 
Friday evening with a dance 
at the Virginia Beach Civic 
Center. At the dance there will 
be a drawing for each Redskin 
to round out a golf foursome 

"Last year more than 45 
members of the Redskin 
family were on hand to honor 
tijeir former coach. This is 
especially praiseworthy when 
-vou realize that they pay their 



own way to Virginia Beach 
and this is a purely voluntary 
program. As a token of ap- 
preciation, the owners of the 
Oceanfront Ramada Inn 
provide their meals. 

"As Larry Brown so aptly 
said, 'In the fall the fans in 
Virginia Beach travel 200 
miles to watch us play, and 
now we will travel 200 miles to 
play with them to honor Coach 
Lombardi.' 

"The program was born a 
little over a year ago in a 
conversation between Chris 
Hanburger and Ed Phillips. 
Chris discussed the idea with 
his teammates and their 
response was far greater than 
anyone's fondest dreams." 

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Virginia Beach for the 
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Gardening... 

— m Vuiginia B6ach 

J. Robert Stifflcr 

PiMidMit, Mm't Gvdni Club of Tidvwator 
Mmbai; Ondm Writon AflioeittloB of Amariet 

NOW IS THE TIME TO. 




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It is tree and shrub-planting time 



Plant a crape myrtle. LUt 
wedc, the city of Virginia 
Beach was planting crape 
myrtlea up and down Shore 
Drive. Hie crape myrtle is the 
city's unofficial (or potaps 
tt's official) flower. If you 
have a crape myrtle or two in 
your lawn, don't be afraid to 
prune it severely. It can take 
It; It wiU thicken up and bloom 
better. 

Set out pansy plants for 
q>ring oolm-. They'll bloom in 



some early blooms to have in 
your house. 

Begin to uncover perennials 
that have been mulched. 
Carefully remove the mulch 
so the sun can reach into the 
crown of Uie plant. 

Clean up leaves and debris 
that has collected on the lawn, 
and in flower and shrub 
borders. 

If it's another rainy 
weekend, sp«id your time 
getting your garden tools 
riMipnadup. File tiie boa. Hie 



OARIMEN CBNTER OPENS - GaHtoa Editor Robert 
Stiffler congrateiatei Kenny E4iBt>nd>, right, Mgr. of 
the Old Dominion Garden-CeBler, at Uie ribbon cutting 
ceremony last Saturday. The Old Dominimi Garden 
Center is at the comer of Northampton Blvd. and Shell 
Road, next to Lake Smith and carries a complete line of 
green planta and garden supplies. 

Garden Hotline 

(questions and answers) 



QUESTION: We read your offer for help bi the Sun, and we 
li«^ you can help with our yard. It's so low, we have a water 
problem with M" standing, while we have to run a sump pump 
Biider the house. We need to know whei« to get soil, gravel, sod, 
etc. Thank you. We visit our Vta-ginia Beach home regularly 
aUho we Uve fai Fredertcksbnrg. - Mrs. B.L.W. 

ANSWER: Thanks, Mrs. W. It's nice to know the Sun has 
readers who live in northern Virginia. You asked that your letter 
iwt be published and we have used only portions of it because of 
your residrace outside the Virginia Beach area. We hope our 
telephone call to you with suggestions will help solve your 
problem. 

QUESTION: I read with interest the page concernbig gar- 
dens and lawns hi the March 1 Sun. I have one question • Is there 
any means of kiUtaig the clumps of wild onions without using a 
weed ktllo' for the entire lawn? The wild onion ehraips are 
begfainiag to take boM and I might have about IM of them. 

The following information may help someone: To get rid of 
grass, weeds etc., la a driveway, a friend suggested a sa-SO 
■tacture of kerosene and gas<rfhie, U^tly sprinkled on all the, 
unwanted greenery. I tried it and It works. Gasoline gets down to 
the roots and kills the plant and evaporates. The kerosene 
tagers sevoM davv and assures that the rooto are dead. About 
two days later, the nifwanted green disappears. - J.T. Brown, 

sathst. 

ANSWER: I asked Dr. Charles Elstrodt, a member of the 
Men's Gaidai Gub and Horticulture Specialist at the 
Experiment Station about the spot treating for onions. He says it 
is what he recommends when you have only an onion problem. 
Use a pressure sprayer i^efo-ably since you get a better mix 
than with a hose^end sprayo-. Make up the proper mix of 
material. Two good ones are Nutro Turf Weed Killer or Ortho 
Weed-B^jone. Either are availaUe at Virginia Beach Garden 
Cotters. Chuck and I agree that you will probaUy have to spot 
qiray the onions 2 or 3 times to get a complete kill. It would be 
smart to fertilize the entire lawn afterwards to help grass fill in 
the bare spots. 

As to your solution for killing weeds in a driveway, that's a 
good one, Mr. Brown. Thanks for telling us about it. Another 
method is to use a soil sterilant, available from Garden Centers 
under several brand names. You can spray the oitire driveway. 
Because it stoilizes the soil, it prevents new weed or pass seed 
from germinating. In my opinion, nothing loolu tackier than 
weeds or grass in a driveway or brick sidewalk. Use the mixture 
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By J.R. STIFFLER 

A friend commented last 
week that not enough attention 
had been given to what spring 
is really all atwut • planting 
shrubs and trees. So here 
goes. 

This is the month to do your 
planting or moving. Many 
Virginia Beach residents plant 
all winter - and it can be easily 
done if you don't mind the 
weather. Now with some 80 
degree days, you need to be 
getting your shrubs and trees 
and getting them into the 
ground. 

ifere are a few t^M: 





ppings 

FROM THE GARDENER'S DESK 



The name for this column; - 
why "aippings"? Every good 
gardener should always carry 
a pair of clippers in his 
pocket; then when you see 
dead limbs or twigs or plants 
that need pruning - do it. 
You'll have a pocket of clip- 
phigs every time you walk 
around your yard - but you'll 
be getting a needed job 

done Perhaps this is not 

news to true native 
Southerners, but did you know 
that the enormous yellow 
flowers of zucchini squash are 
a source of fascination among 
children, and they are edible? 
Picked early in the morning 
and fried in batter is a favorite 
way to eat the flowers among 
rural families...... PLANTING 

IN THE RAIN we used to 

have a yard man at the Smith- 
Douglass home office named 
James who k>ved to mow the 
grass in the rain. If it started 
to rain, you would know you 
could look outside and James 
would be riding the tractor, 
mowing in the rain. ..and 
singing. Didn't matter 
whether the grass needed 
cutting or not, James always 
mowed - and sang - in the 

rain My neighbors have 

always laughed at me. ..no 
matter where we lived. ..at 
planting in the rain. After a 
few rainy days, I get itchy 
......My neighbors have 

planted after you buy them. So 
it never has mattered whether 
it was raining or not, if things 
needed to get in the ground, 
rain or no rain, I planted. And 
these many rainy Saturdays of 
late have made planting in the 
rain almost a necessity. And 
you know, I don't think I've 
ever had a plant die that was 
planted in the rain. I like 
natural rainfall on a newly 
planted shrub a lot better than 



soaking it with a oucxet ot 
water. So don't let the rain 
postpone your spring ac- 
tivities. You can plant in the 
rain - and the odds are that the 
results will be a lot better than 
if it wasn't raining. The only 
casualty may be you - for 
you'll probably be pretty 
damp when you're 

finished but it's a great 

feeling to have it done - and 
watch those plants soak up all 
that rainfall. And it isn't 
necessary to be able to sing in 
order to plant in the rain! 

Leam to 



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There's a new book just 
published entitled "How to 
Enjoy Your Weeds." Written 
by Audrey Wynne Hatfield 
and published by Sterling, the 
author says when you weed 
your garden, you uproot many 
a delicious vegetable or 
remarkable home remedy. 

Miss Hatfields tells which 
weeds are nutritious and how 
to prepare them, which im- 
prove the soil or encourage 
other plants to grow near 
them. So perhaps we should be 
enjoying our weeds. If there's 
no other way, perhaps Miss 
Hatfield's philosophy will help 
you. Cost is $3.95. 

Greener - and quieter! 

The greener your yard is, 
the quieter it will be. Grass, 
shrubbery and trees both 
absorb noise and, according to 
the Department of 
Agriculture, can cut traffic 
noise, specifically, by as much 
as 65 percent. 



(1) Buy good planU. That 
and the size of the hole you piA 
the plant \n are the two most 
important things you do. Go to 
a reputable garden center and 
deal with people you know you 
can depend upon. Advice is 
also helpful. Many places 
selling plants don't have a soul 
within 5 miles who know half 
as much abmit planthig as ymi 
probably do. Remember that 
the tree or budi will never be 
any better than the quality you 
buy • so start ri^t with a good 
plant. 

(2) Dig a hole twice the size 
of the ball or the root system. 
Fill it with a mixture of soil 
and peat moss after you plant 
and water well. Fertilize 

Meetuigsat 
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March 25 • Sunday 

2 p.m. 

Noriolk Chapter, American 
Iris Society 

April I - Sunday 

2 p.m. 

Orchid Society 

April 3 • Tuesday 

8 p.m. 

Men's Garden Club 

"Roses" with a panel of- 
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rosarians, narrated by C.H. 
Ferguson. 

April 12 - Thursday 

8 p.m. 

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Many plants die because you 
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sleeves of sheer organza with 
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Mrs. Uland F. MUler of 
Chesapeake; and Mrs. 
Stephen P. Tignor of Virginia 
Beach. Ilieir gowns w«« 
identical to those of the honor 
attendants. 

Rhonda Michelle Traver, 
the bridegroom's niece, 
eocyed as flower girl. Her gowi 
was similar to ' the 
bridesmaids. She carried a 
miniative nosegay of spring 
flowers. John Traver Jr., 
nephew of the groom, was ring 
bearer. 

Stephen P. Tignor of 
Virginia Beach served as best 
man. Ushers were Mark D. 
Chevalier, brother of the 
bride; Jay Copeland; Kim G. 
Hickman; and Donald R. 
Martin, brother of the groom, 
aU of Virginia Beach. 

The bride is a graduate of 
Princess Anne High School 
and Princess Anne Business 
College. The groom is a 
graduate of First Colonial 
High School and is currently 
serving in the U.S. Coast 
Guard. 

After a reception at the 
Harbour Room, the couple left 
for a wedding trip to Florida. 
The will live in Virginia 
Beadi. 




Annjual charity ball to benefit hospital 



Members of the Sea Sprite 
Qrcle of the Virginia Beach 
City Union of Kings Daughters 
are busily working on 
decorations to enhance the 
"March Winds and April 
Showers" theme of their 
Seventh Annual Charity Ball 
to beribfitthe General Hospital 
of Virginia Beach. 

Members met recently at 



the home of Mrs. Nancy Kutz, 
decorations chairman, to 
create fanciful Icites and 
umbrellas to decorate the 
Cavalier Hotel Ballroom, 
where the ball will be held on 
March 31. 

The first benefit ball was 
held in January. 1967. Profits 
from the first and subsequent 
balls have been given to the 



hospital for equipment and to 
provide nursing scholarships. 

The president of Sea Sprite 
Circle is Mrs. George Dekker. 
Mrs. Walt Schendel is ball 
chairman. 

Reservations for the ball 



may be made by writing Mrs. 
H.E. Coffin Jr., 110 78th 
Street, Virginia Beach, Va. 
23451 or by calling 425-7620, 
Guy Taylor will provide 
music. Dress is black tie. 
Donation is |16 per couple. 



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Club news and Notes 



INVESTMf NT CLUBS 

Thomas E. O'Hara will speak on "Experiences In Successful 
Investing" at the local Council of the National Association of 
Investment Clubs meeting Thursday, March 22, at B p.m. at 
Kirn Memorial Library, Room A, Norfolk. 
ENLISTED WIVES CLUB 
-■ vF 10V Enlisted Wives Club will meet In the NAS Oceana 
Chapel at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 27. Final plans for the 
bake sale will be made. 

OARAOESALE 

The Parent-Teacher Fellowship of Tidewater Christian 
Schools will sponsor a garage sal« In the school gym, 5473 
Virginia Beach Blvd. (be^ie«h GEX and Shoney's) on 
Saturday, March 24, from TTTa^m. to 4 p.m. 

TOASTMISTRESSCLUB 

The Seacoast Toastmlstress Club will meet Tuesday, March 
27, at 9:45 a.m. in the Atlantic Permanent Savings and Loan 
Association Building on Independence Blvd. The program will 
consist of toastmlstress of the day, Mrs. G.E. Hughes Jr., an 
oral reading by Mrs. J.L. Robinson, a speech by Mrs. T.J. 
Richter and table topics by Mrs. J.R. Hunt. 
^ OYSTER ROAST 

Virginia Beach Moose Lodge 1998 will hold Its annual oyster 
roast at Back Bay Marina on Sunday, March 25, from noon to 4 
p.m. Raw, roasted and fried oysters will be available for $3 per 
person. Tickets may be obtained from any Moose member or at 
the marina. Proceeds will go to charity. 
VIRGINIA PATRIOTS 
t The Southeast Virginia Patriots, a local Citizens Band radio 
'club, will sponsor a coffee break on Saturday, March 31, at 3 
p.m. at Sound World, Pembroke Meadows Shopping Center. 
The Canine Corp and members of the Davis Corner Rescue 
Squad will attend. Drawings will be held for door prizes and. 
free coffee will be available. 

CHESAPEAKE BEACH WOMAN'S CLUB 

The Woman's Club of Chesapeake Beach held its monthly 
meetina recently at the Ocean Hearth Restaurant. The 
Homellfe Department, under the chairmanship of Mrs. James 
C. Pace, served as hostesses. CfilM E.B. Bayne of the Virginia 
Beach Fire Department spoke on home fire safety. 

AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION 

Members of the Virginia Beach Charter Chapter of the 
American Businesswomen's Association recently attended the 
southeastern district meeting In Raleigh, N.C. They are Mrs. 
Marlorie Cromwell, president; Mrs. Merceila Bradley, vice^ 
president; and members Ann Baker, Lillian Chadwick, Ann 
Formrllle, Florence Meiers and Ruth Killingsworth. Ms, 
Kliringsworth received a gold charm with a diamond in 





Mra. George Dekker. president of the Sea Sprite Circle, 
and Mrs. Nancy Kuiz, decorations chairman, display 
heir handiw<irk for ihe March 31 charity ball. 



Helen Elizabeth Ore to 
wed M. Keith Glass " 




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Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. 
Ore of Virginia Beach an- 
nounce the engagement of 
their daughter, Helen 
Elizabeth Ore, to M. Keith 
Glass, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. 
Alfred Glass of Richmond. 

Miss Ore is a graduate o( 
Princess Anne High Schocrf 
and attended Old Dominion 
University. She is emptoyed 
by WNOR-FM radio. 

Her fiancee is a graduate of 
Parry McQuer High School 
and is currently attending Old 
Dominion University while 
employed by WTID radio. 

An April 21 wedding is 
planned. 



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Mrs. Al Crafi and Mrs. William Rnberlson, members of 

he Sea Sprite Circle, decoraie kites for ihe "March 
Winds and April Showers" theme of ihe ball. 




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with performances of "The 
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The play will run Thursday, 
March 22, at 7:30 p.m. and 
Friday and Saturday, March 
23 and 24, at 8 p.m. 

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its Children's Theatre 



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By RUBY JEAN PHILLIPS 

The Itey to surviving the 
meatless days ahead, and 
ronaining in good standing 
with meat-loving family and 
Mends, is good {inning. And 
Uie time to start is now. 

The boycott the first week in 
April will not be the sole 
responsibility, of the 
housewife. It will affect the 
bachelor (they resent exor- 
bitant prices, too!) who will 
find it hard to part with the 
easily prepared grilled steali. 
And the career women who 
will have to find substitutes 
for the roasts and meat sauces 
prepared on week-ends for the 
coming week. And the 
moUiers who will somehow 
have to persuade the kiddies 
they can't have their favorite 
hamburgers, hot dogs or fried 
chidten. 

It can be done, and from the 
enthusiastic support already 
displayed in the boycott, it will 
be done. 

But it will take planning. 

Dust off the co(^books and 



the yellowed recipe clippings. 
Scan them for dishes built 
around meat substitutes: 
eggs, cheese, grains, nuts, 
even vegetables and fruits. 

Experiment. Try some of 
these receipes in the days 
remaining before the boycott. 
Those that please can be used 
as meatless menu basics when 
the time comes. It 's surprising 
how easily a vegetable 
casserole becomes a full meal 
with the addition of hot but- 
tered noodles, scalloped 
potatoes, or hot German 
potato salad. Or how complete 
a meatless rice dish becomes 
with a colorful salad and hot 
bread. Or how filling - and 
healthy - a conibination of 
vegetable dishes can be. 

Be imaginative. Compile a 
list of daily menus from the 
recipes you experiment with. 
Be sure to include some ex- 
citing foreign dishes. Then 
devise interesting and at- 
tractive ways of sCTving them. 

Make it fun. Be the "hostess 
with the mostest". Bring out 



the candles and flowers for a 
festive table. Show the food off 
to its best advantage in ap- 
propriate serving dishes. 
Make it a "something dif- 
ferent party" rather than a 
drab, meatless meal. 
Everyone will enjoy it more if 
the cook enjoys it, too. 

Don't preach. Lackluster 
food won't taste better simply 
because you are fighting to 
keep the budget in line. The 
youngsters, especially, won't 
be sold by this tactic. Keep it 
light and fun. Use the soft-sell 
approach - interesting, at- 
tractive and tasty dishes will 
sell themselves. 

Getting back to cookbooks, 
most of them underplay 
meatless recipies. But there 
are a few, such as "New Age 
Vegetarian Cookbook", that 
will be of great help. This 
particular book, a 492-page 
gem, is filled with the most 
interesting information; 
everything from the use of 
herbs to recipes for canning 
and preserving. 




One of the local book stores 
probably has this bo<* in 
stock. But if not, write The 
Rosicrucian Fellowship, P.O. 
Box 713, Oceanside, Calif. 
92054. 

Fish is not included in the 
boycott (increasingly high 
costs may make the next 
boycott against fish) so dishes 
such as deviled crab, shrimp 
marinara or even paella, 
without the chicken, can spice 
up the meatless menus.. .if you 
can afford them. 

For a fine addition to a cook- • 
book library, look for a copy of 
"The Complete Fish Co<*- 
book". Authors Dan and Inez 
Morris not only lell how to 
cook fish 500 ways, they also 
explain how to clean and 
prepare every imaginable 
species of marine life. Great 
for fishermen. The book is 
published by Bobbs-Merrill 
Co., Inc. of Indianapolis and 
New York. 

If time runs out, or funds 
run low, perhaps you would 
enjoy these tried and true 
favorites: 

ORIENTAL MUSHROOM 
SOUP 
\^ lb. fresh mushrooms 
2 cans (lO'ii oz. ea.) beef broth 

2 soup cans of water 

3 tbsps. soy sauce 

1 cup diagonally ^liced celery 
1 cup carrots, cut julienne 
strips 

><! cup sliced onion rings 
1 pkg. (10 oz.) leaf spinach 
(thaw) 

Rinse, slice mushrooms and 
set aside. In large sauc^wn 
heat broth, water and soy 
sauce. Add celery, carrots and 
onion. Reduce heal ; cover and 
simmer for 5 minutes. Add 
spinach and mushrooms. 
Bring to boiling point; reduce 
heat. Cover and simmer for 5 
minutes or until vegetables 
are crisp-tender. Serves 6. 
Great for weight watch- 
ers... only 46 calories per 
serving. Serve it with Chinese 
noodles and broiled open- 
faced cheese sandwiches and 
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eellectton at Virginia Wesleyan College is "Nixon's 

Quest for Peace" by Frank van der Linden, veteran 
White House correspondent. The volume, being ac- 
, cepled by Virginia Wesleyan ll^ary director Roland 
Nicholson (right), was presented to the college by the 
officers of (he Old Dominion Republican Woman's Club. 
Makfaig the presentation were (from left) Mrs. Thelma 
Chapman, Mrs. Dorothy Baldwin, Mrs. Evelyn 
Fleming, president Mrs. Maye Martens, Mrs. Nina 
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Reamy practice emergency cardio-pulmonary 
resuscitation on a dummy at tlie one-night course of- 
fered last week at General Hospital of Virginia Beach. 
It was co-sponsored by the Tidewater Heart 
Association. There will be another free course April 11. 

Membership drive starts 



The annual sustaining 
membership enrollment for 
families of scouts and friends 
of scouting is now on in the 
local Princess Anne-Virginia 
Beach (PAVAB) Scout 
District. 

More than 18,000 Tidewater 
boys will enjoy scouting this 
year under the auspices of the 
lidewater Boy Scout Council. 



The council is supported 
financially by the United 
Communities Fund, the 
Portsmouth area United Fund 
and United Funds in 
surrounding counties. The 
Council also receives financial 
support from the annual 
enrollment drive. 

The Council supports 636 
local Cub Scout packs. 




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BARYANI PILAU 
(PAKISTANI RICE DISH) 

Me cup diced onion 

Vi cup seeded, diced tomato 

Vi cup txitter 

1 ctq) raw rice 

% tap. ground cloves 

V* tsp. ground cardamon 

l^tsp. ground gingo* 

</^ tsp. salt 

2',^ cups water 

3 thep. daiic raisins 

*k cup cooked green peas 

3 tbsp. slivered almonds, 

lilanched 

Soldi rice one hour in cold 

water. Fry onioie and tomato 

in butto- until onions are 

golden. Add rice, cook untU it 

colors. Sprinkle in cloves, 

cardamon, ginger, salt and 

add wato*. Stir well. Bring to a 

boil, lowo* heat. Cover and 

simmer about 25 minutes, 

until water is absorbed. Stir in 

remaininjg ingredients, steam 

briefly. Ser\es 4. 

BLACK BEANS 
1 small m\oa, chopped 
1 can Uack beans 
3 tbsp. vinegar 
Cook onion in small amount of 
olive oil until gddoi. Add 
beans and vinegar and sim- 
mer about 5 minutes. If too 
thid(, (filute sparingly with 
dry white wine or water. Add 
salt and fresh ground pq>per, 



if needed. Serve over hot rice 
witti a salad and hoi garlic 
bread. The secret to tids basic 
Spanish dish is vinegar.... 
measure according to taste. 

Gamma 4 

SPINACH-RICE MOLD 

1 cup cooked, chopped spinach 

1 ci^ cooted rice 

2 eggs, sq>arated 

3 tbsp. butter 
3 tbsp. flour 
V4 tsp. salt 

1 cup milk 

Paprika & basil, optional 
Melt butter in double boUer, 
Uend in flour and salt. Add 
milk and cook until thick and 
smooth, stirring constantly. 
Add egg yolks, rice and 
spinach. Beat egg whites stiff, 
fold '^ in gently. Turn into 
buttered ring nuAd. Bake in 
350-degree oven until firm, 
about 30 minutes. So^es 4. 
BRUSSELS SPROUTS 
DELUXE 
•A cup butter 

2 pkgs. frozen Brussels 
sprouts 

V* lb. fresh mushrooms, sliced 
V4 ciq> sliced onion 
1 tsp. salt, dash of pepper 
% tsp. savory leaves 
Melt butter in large skillet. 
Add sprouts, which have been 
thawed and halved, and stir in 
other ingredients. Cover and 



saute 2 minutes. Uncover and . 
saute 3 minutes longer or until 
sprouts are crisp-tender, 
stirring or shaking frequently. 
Serves 6 to 8. 

BAKED EGGS 

14 har*cooked ^gs, sliced 
2 cups grated ^rp cheddar 
cheese 

2 cans cream ot mushroom 
soup 

3 tbsps. sherry 

Salt and pepper to taste 
Alternate layers of egg slices 
with cheese in a Vi quart 
baking dish, ending with layer 
of cheese. Combine soup and 
sherry and pour over eggs and 
cheese. Bake at 300 degrees 



until cheese mdts and mix- 
ture is bubbly. Serves 8. 
BROCCOLLI CASSEROLE 

2 pkgs. frozen chopp«j|' 

broccoUi 

1 can cream of musbroom 

soup 

<,^ cup shredded sharp (^teeae 

</4 cup milk • 

1 tbsp. dry onicn flakes 
>^ cup mayonnaise 

2 eggs, beaten 

■,2 cup flne iR^ad (Tumt« 
Cook broccdli without salt. 
Mix with other ingredients, 
except bread crumbs. Toss 
crumbs in 1 tbq>. melted 
butter and sprinkle over top of 
casserole. Bake at 350 degrees 
for 30 minutes. Sctvcs 6. 



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New Federal law requires child-proof packaging for many products 
involved in childhood poisonings. To protect your children, ask for this 
special packaging . . . use it . . . and after using, be sure to resecure 
each safety closure! 

However, Remember . . . 

• Children are curious. They war)t to taste things. They will try to open the 
(jest designed safety guards. 

• Children will imitate. Take your own medicine out of their sight. 

• Children love sweets. Never tell them medicine is "candy." They'll eat it 

when you're not around. 

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THE SUN-THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973-PAbE 17 



Auditions for the 1973 season 
of "The Common Glory," 
Virfpnia's outdoor drama of 
the American Revoiufion, will 
be htid in Williamsburg «m 
Saturday, March 24. 

Auditions for 70 positions 
will be held in the Lalie 
Matoaka. Amphitheatre, off 
Jamestown' lload, on the 
campus bf the College of 
William and Mary. Auditions 
will begin at 9 a.m. 

Pogitiofts are open for ac- 
tors, dancers, singers and 
:tecluiicians. 

There are 21 spealting 
Tolei— 17 for men and four for 
■women— in ' the drama. 
Applicants-should be prepared 



to give two short readings with 
one of them from 
Shakespeare. The acting 
auditions will be conducted by 
Howard Scammon, director of 
the William and Mary Theatre 
and director of "The Common 
Glory." 

"The Common Glory" i« 
produced by the Jamestown 
Corp., an educational, non- 
profit organization, with the 
cooperation of the Collegt^of 
William and Mary. 

This summer "The Common 
Glory" will be presented from 
June 18 through Aug. 25 with 
performances nightly, except 
Sundays. This will be the 26th 
season of the patriotic outdoor 
drama by Paul Green. 



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Virginia Wesleyan Cdlege's 
first tmiring choir will hit the 
road next month for ite debut 
outside the Tidewater Virginia 
area. The 33-member choir, 
which made ite first puUic 
appearance last December, 
will begin a three-week long 
series of concerts on April 8 at 
the Courtland United 
Methodist Church in Court- 
^nd. 

Other performance* by the 
young travelling group will 
include concerts at Ghent 
United Methodist Church in 
Norfolk on April 11. Fairfax 
United Methodist Church in 
Fairfax on April 13, Lincolnia 
United Methodist Church in 
Alexandria on April 15, 
Charles Wesley United 
Methodist Church in McLean, 
also on April 15, and a home 
concert on April 25 at Virginia 



Wesleyan College A concen 
at McKcndree United 
Methodist Churdi in Norfolk 
on April 29 will wrap iq) the 
spring tour. 

Directing the touring choir 
is assisunt professor of music 
David Clayton, who is in his 
first year at Virginia 
Wesleyan. Clayton is the 
college's first fulltime music 
instructor. Prior to coming to 
Virginia Wesleyan, he Uu^t 
at Cumbertand College in 
Williamsburg, Kentucky. A 
native of Union City, Ten- 
nessee, he is currently 
working on a djpctoral degree 
at Florida State University. 




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As usual, thousands of 
young people and those young 
at heart are taking to the skies 
with a mtiltitude of kites in all 
shapes and sizes. An«i as 
usual, Charlie Brown's 
famous "kite-eating tree" is 
waiting to be fed. 

Like any sport though, Ihert 
are certain safety rules to be 
followed. Virginia Electric 
and Power Coihpany has 
provided diet hints for overly 
jdump kite-eating trees and 
power poles, along with other 
safety hints. 

1. Always fly your kite far 
from kite-eating trees and 
electric power lines. 

2. Always avoid busy shreets 
and highways while flying 
your kite. ; 



3. Always use wood and 
paper in your kite. . .not wire or 
metal. 

4. Always keep away from 
fallen wires. 

5. Always fly your kite on 
days whoi there is no rain. 

6. Always use dry 
string... not wire or anythii^ 
metallic. 

7. Always fly your kite away 
from TV and radio antennas. 

8. Always call Vepco if your 
kite gets snagged in a power 
line. Do not pull the string or 
climb the pdes. 

To help keep kite flying safe, 
Vepco is providing 5,000 
posters (XI kite safety to 
schools in the area the cwn- 
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WTOLEN CLUE — Soxanne McDanlel at Mm. Plp«r 
and Dave Ung as Detective Superintendent Baxter 
search for a chie which seems to have been strien 
daring a scene from "Busybody," a three-act mystery- 
comedy which opens March 30 at the LItUe Theatre of 
Virginia Beach and runs on weekends through the 
month of April. 

Rev. Walton is 

Lenten ^leaker 

The Rev. Macon B. Walton, 
rector of Christ Episcopal 
Church in Smithfield and 
former curate at Galilee 
Episcopal Church in Virginia 
Beach, will be the Lenten 
preacher at St. Francis 
Episcopal Church, 50^ 
Rosemont Road, on Sunday, 
March 25, at 7:30 p.m. 



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(left), president of the Virginia Beach 
Arts Center, receives a first-hand 
deseription of the Virginia Museum's 
neW:'3iprth wing, currently under 
-xoiBhTiction4« Ricfcmond, f rom James 



Bmwn. (he taaseam's direetflr. The 
discussion took place during a recent 
meeting in Richmond of presidents of 
the Confederation of Virginia Arts 
Organiiations. 



SURPLUS SALE GREENHOUSE 
TYPE STRUCTURE 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA 
BID ITEM NO. 2557 

The purpose of this advertisement for taking bids is to 
obtain a responsible purchaser for a certain strxture 
which has been declared surplus to the needs of the City. 
The structure consists of galvanized steel members, 
ventilating mechanisms and some wooden trim, bolted 
and riveted in idace on concrete foundation. The concrete 
foundation is not to be part of the sale. Although not 
originally constructed for a greenhouse operation, several 
parties have shown an interest in purchasing the structure 
for such a purpose. 

The structure is located on the old site of the Virginia 
Beach sewage treatment plant and may be driven to by 
car via Baltic Avenue off Laskin Road, turning right off 
Baltic Avenue between Laskin Road and 27th Street. The 
premises are open for inspection during normal business 
days and hours and assistance in visiting the premises 
may be made by telephone to Mr. Ira L. Fisk 427-4171. 
Visitors entering the property do so at their own risk and 
hold the City harmless from any damages to their body 
and their pr(^)erty which may be sustained. 
The City will receive sealed bids for the structure in the 
office of Purchasing Agent, Room 352 Administration 
Building, Virginia Beach, Virginia, up to 2:00 P.M. on the 
date of April 3, 1973, at which place and lime will be 
publicly opened and read aloud. The City reserves the 
right to accept or reject any or all bids, and to dispose of 
the structure otherwise by any method deemed to be in the 
best interest of the City. Each bid must be accompanied 
with a check for Ten (10 percent) Percent of the bid 
amount payable to Treasurer, (Ity of Virginia Beach. Bid 
deposits win be refumed to unsuccessful bidders in ten 
(10) days or applied to a credit for account of successful 
bidder. Successful bidder will be required to pay the 
balance of Ninety (90 percent) Percent within five (5) 
days notice of acceptance of bid or forfeit the bid deposit 
as a penalty to defray the cost of advertising and clerical 
wM-k! The structure, excluding foundation, must be 
removed fr<mi premises within sixty (60) days notice of 
acceptance of bid. . 

Bid forms may be obtained by communicating with omce 
of the Purchasing Agent, City of Virginia Beach. 



Carroll G. Clough Purchasing Agent 



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Sunday a bllue day 



lyLESLEHIGH 

A three yeir oldgirl'i Joy turntd into | 
Sunday when Virglnia'i Blue Unr i 
her from receiving her birthday f^. 

She couldn't understand why her ft^wr 
allowed her to select three story booia at h«r 
preaent Uieo he couldn't biy ma m for bsr 
Mpec&ffy when she saw him b«v • 
newspaper that he wanted. 

This is only one aq>ect of the confurioo 
which reigned over Virginia Batch kat 
Sunday as the recenUy revised BhM Uw want 
into effect. . 

One father questioned the equality of a law 
yM d\ preve nted the Sunda y p urAase of 
nessiflMnre^iiiaiie was prohibited Mn 
purdiasiE«dispoaal diapers wUeb his Ifr 
month old daughter need. A woman wai^ 
comidetedly dismayed when 4ie made a 
speda l trip to a grocery stsre to buy toilet 
^iiGe only to be tolSThe Blue Law pivhibited 
its sale on Sunday. 

Children failed to understand why dad 
couldn't buy them a small toy for th«ir en- 
joyment while he bought a six-pack of beer for 
himsdf . 

Two women were overheard asking a store 
manager, "Why do you even stay <»en oo 
Sunday?" Momente earlier one wMfonrtddsn 
to pun^ase a patar of hoae to replace anae 
whidi snagged into a run, the oUier waa 
bk>cked from buying a roller to comi^ete a 
painting job in her home. 

Still others were confused as to why they 
could purchase a particular item in one store. 



I tht riHp a short distiAM away refused 
toadHkamraaitam. 

fMlattMaa^^**'''' '*'''"''''' '''™''^''*'*^*' 
to iaoHtn, pk Ail taportant to ttiam on- 
iorcii^ ibe Nia Uw had its greatest impact 
an ratafl auilata wtakh ootddo't opm their 
doara fsr tlw fhrst Sunday ta> many monOis. 
nMaa indudad J.II. FMds, MiUars, Kings, 
Zayraa, and J.B. Hui^ar. 

Many aboppcrs onterfaig stores to purchase 
daatavd ttama were dMcked to find areas 
fontainhn that mardumdiae ropad off, signs 
on may Items stathig they wore prohibited 
from aite, and to have restricted items taken 
firom tham at chaduut counters and replaced 
ooAalvaa. 

Several stores displayed signs giving a 
pardal list of itwns prohibited from sale. 
Theae included jewelry, silver, watch- 
es, ekicks. hi«gage, muidcal instruments, 
toys, clothing, footware, cameras, 
houaiwaraa, Utchenwares, fumtiure, fur- 
nishings and apiriiancea. 





One person eiqpresaed the wish that at 
least one store manager would be arrested for 
vtolation of the law to test its legality. 

Law anfMTcement officials say they are 
strtvtag to iOow merchants time to smooth 
tfoT |in>cedbres in bandUnft ' Sunday sales 
before issuing ciutk>ns for vtolations of the 
law. 

"Fbe rt^wd law waa aimed at preventhig 
abuae of the practice of the past year which 
permitted virtually all Sunday sales 
providing profits were donated 
cauaes. 



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YBMI VO. 13 



THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 



IS CENTS 



niMi 



Work 



The City Councils of 
Virtfnia Beach and Norfolk 
riioidd plan on an expanaion of 
the council chambers if 
everything goes accordfaig to 
the plans of the Tidewater 
Asaociatton of Home Buikton. 

On AorO 9 and 10 the TAHB 
planp a work stoppageiMrotest 
on the ,non-aettlement of the 
water moratorium. The group 
hopes to get the cooperation of 
',all contractors, employees 
and personnel from related 
Industries to cooperate • 
ston>ing construction for the 

First in a series 




moratonum